Rhino Goo

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  1. welly414

    welly414 Read Only Funster

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    Has anyone else tried this stuff yet?

    I found it on the Fiamma website whilst looking for other 'bits and bobs'.

    Did the whole van with it yesterday and was amazed how good it was. Really easy to use and powerful whilst non corrosive.

    Used both the cleaner and the wax and was chuffed to bits with both the ease of use and the finish.
     
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    And heres me thinking that it was going to keep the cats of the veg patch!

    Doug...
     
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    http://www.rhinogoo.co.uk/

    Googled it and found my way back here :Rofl1:
    Trade write ups look good-maybe it's time to retire the Bobby Dazzler etc. and try this :BigGrin:

    Mike
     
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    Have used both Fenwicks (2 for the price of one currently on Fiamma store) and Bobby Dazzler in the past and 'Goo' seems a lot better.

    Its a doddle to use, just wet the area and spray on, leave for 5 minutes, I then used a brush to agitate it and rinsed off. I started with the roof which was in a bit of a state and it just waltzed through it.
     
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    Ive tried it and its taking over, s c sporthomes have recommened it so its got to be good , check them out website www.rhinogoo.co.uk, real good stuff and totally safe, thats what we like.:thumb:
     
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    Wonder if it is made by the same folk who make the Rhino motorcycle cleaner ?
    If it is, I bet it is very good !

    Met the guys at a show a few years ago.. two chaps, one a chemist, went for it on their own :thumb:
     
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    It looks quite cheap to me considering what they have to do to get it from the rhino:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    It is good stuff........................
    but WARNING beware of using it on your elephant
     
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    Well derrrr !

    Rhino Goo for Rhino's and Elephant Goo for elephants ! Pretty simple really ...

    Oh, and Rhino Goo is also a fantastic shark repellent.
    Not once since I started using it has my bike been attacked by sharks
     
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    Ahhh...I get it now........was having trouble getting my head round it..................still, s'pose thats better than up it:RollEyes:
     
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