motorhome ckeaning

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  1. JohnM

    JohnM Read Only Funster

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    Hi,I thought i would share this with you.I have read several threads on cleaning products,about a week ago i came across a product called elbow grease which was one mentioned on previos threads.I started to clean my van on Saturday useing the above product and was amazed at how easy and good it was cleaning black streaks in one wipe,two hours later i had cleaned my 8mtr van and six alloy wheels for about 45p i should mention i did not do the roof on this occasion.So if any funsters have a shop called pound world near them give it a try it is chemical free and safe to use.Best £1 i have spent on the motorhome.:thumb:
     
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    Bright green? Sounds like G101. It is often sold in weaker forms as a multi surface cleaner. It has been around for years on end, and most trade people will know of it - rebadged in many, many forms!

    It eats body fats, which is how it works, so wear gloves if using for long periods! Great for flies in the summer, but do not allow it to dry as it will stain/remove paint if left too long. Great for oven cleaning too!
     
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    Brilliant stuff

    Elbow grease is brilliant stuff, we have been using it for years. :thumb:
     
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    Thinking maybe using it as bubblebath if it removes body fat.:Rofl1:
     
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    John, are you going to Newark show at all ?
    If so, can you grab a couple for me ?

    No where around Thetford sells the stuff :cry:
     
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    teasy told me about it a few years ago brilliant stuff ..sold in pound shop BM shop sell it wilkisons sell it
     
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    That's because you only get Pound shops in the poorer areas. That's one of the problems of being posh John you miss out:Rofl1:
     
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    Sorry wont be at newark will be on our way to dover for ferry.I would check online for poundworld nearest you i tried our local wilko to no avail dident try b&m,hope someone else can help you.
    John
     
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    Hi all
    It,s on flea-bay:thumb:some with free p@p might buy some my-self:Wink:
     
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    Aldi sometimes has it in Jaws.
     
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    Just been to B&Q and the young lad there said he had never heard of it and he had never used any!!!! I replied "no surprise there than lol".:Wink:

    Typical youth of today.:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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