Cleaning products

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  1. patch

    patch Read Only Funster

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    Does everyone use the commercial cleaning products as seen in the accessory shops or is there a cheaper way of cleaning the sinks, toilet, worktops etc. without causing any damage? :RollEyes:
     
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    We have never used anything other than normal household cleaners. I usually just use antibacterial wipes for worktops, toilet etc. I also put tablets used for sterilising babies bottles down the waste just to freshen it.
     
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    Thanks v.much. Now I know what to use will actually have to do some cleaning:Rofl1:
     
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    According to my view, cleaning products are very necessary in every home and they are available with plenty of branded cleaning products in the market according to customer need. Few cleaning products are available at affordable prices and should use them with proper guidelines.

    cleaning product
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    You are not recommended to use products with bleach in them on the plastics in your van as it can damage them .I do not know if this is true or not, it could be so that thetford etc. sell their own brand of cleaner
     
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