Aldi - Caravan Cleaner

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  1. zaskar

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    Quick heads up chaps.

    The Boss took (dragged!) me in to our local Aldi (Northwich-Cheshire)this morning & I'm pleased to say that the pain was relieved by finding 1 Ltr bottles of caravan cleaner for £2:99.

    I can neither recomend nor advise against this product cos I've not had time to use it yet, but at that price, it's gotta be worth a crack!:thumb:
     
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    It's good stuff, I used it on my caravan
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  3. zaskar

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    :Rofl1:
    Daft begger!:Rofl1::thumb:
     
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  4. Sundowners

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    If it's the same caravan cleaner we have bought from there before - it is bl**dy good stuff and will buy some more if we see it in our local Aldi.

    Nigel and Pamala
     
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    I tried it once and didn't think it was much good. Surprised because Aldi stuff is usually OK.
     
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    I don't have a caravan!......:cry:
     
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    You used this cleaner as well then:Wink:
     
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    I have a bottle of it and find it to be good stuff
     
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    Just tried some I remember I had bought ages ago

    Superb neat for black marks
    and diluted just cut though the general muck and bullets........quite impressed.

    Also tred a product called "silky " which is a paste you apply with a damp cloth
    non abrasive for caravans and boats.......used it on the bonnet of my Fiat
    which was pretty grimy........road crap insects etc.and it took every little blemish off.......very good but hard work.

    barry
     
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    Methinks there are at least two types of this stuff, and in the same darned bottles too

    I bought a couple of bottles last time it came up, as did Des.

    Mine was rubbish.. might as well have been bottle water.. Very little foam and did next to nothing as far as dirt removal went

    Des's stuff was amazing ! Cleaned off even thick old road grime
     
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    Sounds like you didnt get the activator ?
     
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    Pete used to use Silky on the caravan, as you say, hard work - but superb results, polishes as well as cleans.
     
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    Seems alright to me, got some for her indoors and she has cleaned our 36 ft static with it:BigGrin:
     
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    This is now at my local Aldi for 99p :BigGrin:
     
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    Agreed good stuff. :thumb:
     
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    It's lovely with a drop of lemonade and ice'n'slice.
     
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    i used it on my RV and is shrunk used to be 30 foot long now only 25 feet long :Rofl1:
     
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