Jump to content







Before posting a new topic please use the search feature. Duplicate posts may be removed or merged with others.

Start new topic


222wrighty

Tfr 20

Recommended Posts

Den

Never used it myself, but I'm sure tench loves tfr20 so he would be the one to advise. 

Share this post


Link to post
Dave B

I wouldn't touch it

Not great in my opinion and the bloke selling it is .. well I won't say what I think of him in public

Better buying upvc cleaner from bonnymans online

The red stuff

 

Share this post


Link to post
Bingo
1 hour ago, Dave B said:

 and the bloke selling it is .. well I won't say what I think of him in public

 

 

 

I will...I will......nah better not.....he banned me a couple of years ago from his Page last time I disagreed with him .

Edited by Bingo

Share this post


Link to post
Dave B

Haha I saw a post recently on free speech for window cleaners fb forum where someone said his attitude stinks and his reply (bearing in mind he is a window cleaner chemicals supplier (failed window cleaner) ) was "if you don't like me so what I don't wanna sell you anything anyway"

What an idiot when it comes to business

Share this post


Link to post
AGlassAct

I’ve not found anything that will bring frames up as good as new - not without elbow grease as well!


Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums

Share this post


Link to post
222wrighty

Maybe give it a miss then


Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums

Share this post


Link to post
222wrighty

What is all beef on the window cleaning forms and fb sites


Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums

Share this post


Link to post
AGlassAct

I personally think tfr20 is one of the better products, that and screwfix no nonsense degreaser. But if you want something that’s a miracle clean you’ll be very hard pressed without the old faithful magic sponge and elbow grease


Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums

Share this post


Link to post
paulwills
I wouldn't touch it
Not great in my opinion and the bloke selling it is .. well I won't say what I think of him in public
Better buying upvc cleaner from bonnymans online
The red stuff
 

Is this pink stuff good then Dave was just guner order the tfr till I seen ur comment


Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app

Share this post


Link to post
doug atkinson

TFR is good but it depends how much of it is being diluted in these products being sold. You should be able to pick up neat TFR from a chemical place if you have one near you. It's used a lot in car valetting.

 

I use to pay around £20 for £25 litres but that was many moons ago. When I started using it with conservatory roofs etc a barrel lasted us 3 years. You dilute about 1 litre to 25 litres water. If you need it stronger increase the dosage but you end up with a lot of foam.

 

Cheaper to do it this was than buying something that has been diluted.

 

Also all couriers will not take the product if they knew what was in the box.

Share this post


Link to post
paulwills

Cheers Doug was just about to order from Bonnymans like Dave said but I’m not paying 10 quid delivery I’ll try like u said a car parts place near me


Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums

Share this post


Link to post
Michael Anderson

Stuff you get from car shops etc has been diluted.Chemical suppliers are best bet .I get mine from a company that makes their own and can make it as strong as you want.I can dilute 25/1 and have a really strong cleaner.

Share this post


Link to post
Jango

I too used this for the very first time a few weeks ago, a friend recommended it to me, I found it to be very good, the frames we cleaned were green, and they came up lovely. I know he buys it in 25 litres, he gets it neat for a good price, I think somewhere in Barnsley South Yorkshire, I will check with him and get back to you.

Share this post


Link to post
Neilmnwc

I haven’t seen this mentioned anywhere for cleaning UPVC, I gave it a go on punt, it’s brilliant for bringing up grey plastic or stains. Cheap too!
http://www.wilko.com/multi-purpose-cleaners/astonish-pro-cleaning-paste-500g/invt/0340934?nst=0&gclid=Cj0KCQiAzfrTBRC_ARIsAJ5ps0t8pd4S_yXghiTP3wnlPSh5hRSPvwzIFva860XrzrUIE1iIsNyLGz0aAqE4EALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds



Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums

Share this post


Link to post
Gazz

I'm going to give that screwfix no nonsense degreeser a try. Price wise it's good and i have read of people on here rating it.

Share this post


Link to post
Incheck
I personally think tfr20 is one of the better products, that and screwfix no nonsense degreaser. But if you want something that’s a miracle clean you’ll be very hard pressed without the old faithful magic sponge and elbow grease


Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums

Couldnt agree more. I now use ubik for really dirty first cleans and its brilliant for quick riddance of algae build up, turns spider webs to mush, black soot and general filth also fly off. But it wont turn a grey frame or sill white, magic sponge is the way, or a cloth and Cream cleaner


Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app

Share this post


Link to post
Julian Noddy Dean

have you used  this doug ? 

Share this post


Link to post
tench0771

ive used a lot of products over the years 

virosol

ubik2000

screwfix degreaser

tfr from lots of different supliers 

and imo there are to that stand out wich ive found the best tfr20 is the top of the pile then second is bladeright tfr the red one wich fomes up luvly and is realy good on conny roofs one thing ive found with tfr20 is on cladding if its old it can turn yellow but it does go back to white again for this resin i wont use it on cladding i pefer the bladeright tfr this is just my opinion tho

 

Share this post


Link to post

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.