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Green Pro Clean Ltd

No mate but they do make a lovely mess of the black rubbers if you're not careful. Be sure to use them dripping wet near black rubbers.

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thanks green!!I heard a while back they might scratch glasso_O?anyway did an interior clean today.the windows were covered in fly crap,grease etc.once- wet, the sponges shifted everything:thumbsup:

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TolishAPurd
thanks green!!I heard a while back they might scratch glasso_O?anyway did an interior clean today.the windows were covered in fly ****,grease etc.once- wet, the sponges shifted everything:thumbsup:

Think that was me mate, and I once read it somewhere, but not found it again since.

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Green Pro Clean Ltd

For internals that are mingers I am using 3m Glass Cleaner & Protector (same stuff as in stingray pouches) and paper towels makes easy work of it and the finish is stunning.

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Green Pro Clean Ltd
were do you get it from?? its an American product,is it not?

Bunzl janatorial supplies. £6 a bottle.

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CHWS

Bought some today and thought they are pretty poo, used them on my kitchen cupboards

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Trev81

Ultra fine steel wool for internal glass, amazing finish.

 

Magic sponges are great for upvc, marks on doors etc when you cant be botherd to use a solvent, I carry magic sponges on the van all the time, use them mostly on first cleans for that nice shiny finish :)

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Dave B

Ubik/virosol takes most of the grey staining off upvc sills and frames on a first clean..the bits that are stubborn come off so easily with wet magic sponge

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Alex87

Where is best place to get them. Last time I bought some flash ones from Asda. Looked last night on eBay and can buy quite a lot of them at a decent price.

 

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Dave B

Get them off ebay from china

About 100 for a tenner or less usually

Don't get the ones with a slight blueish colour in the pictures get the white ones

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Alex87
Get them off ebay from china

About 100 for a tenner or less usually

Don't get the ones with a slight blueish colour in the pictures get the white ones

Cheers mate. Order them now should get the in may [emoji1]

 

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Dave B

Usually takes a couple of weeks but worth it if you stock up early enough

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TWC

And order well in advance of needing them

 

It's a slow boat from China.....

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HALTON
Get them off ebay from china

About 100 for a tenner or less usually

Don't get the ones with a slight blueish colour in the pictures get the white ones

What's wrong with blueish / grey colour ones?

 

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Barney

Like any tools, just make sure you don't drop them on ground and pick up any grit, because then they will scratch glass.

Just make sure they are clean. For the cheapness just use once.

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HALTON
They disintegrate VERY quickly, they are :turd: TBH.

That's OK then just got 100 for 3:00 for cleaning our cream sofa

 

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These are ones we bought are these OK for us to use on windows like I said we bought these to clean our cream sofa

EBay item number 400980895354

 

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