bronze wool

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  1. mark

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    can anyone suggest were to get bronze wool pads cheaper than ebay.theres one seller on there, but major expensive.£15.00 4 one square strip.
     
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  2. daveyboy

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    Use magic sponges instead..tenner for over a 100 on ebay
     
  3. mark

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    thank m8.im gonna try the bronze wool as its supposed to be better than the white pads 4 the gardiners super scraper.im sick n tired of these yellow blobs on the windows.this stuff is supposed to be just the trick.:thumbsup:just getting them at the right price.
     
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    i just ordered some this morning from a lad called scott denning, he's on fb, if you buy 3 its £32.25 and free postage or £10.75 for one & you pay p&p
     
  5. mark

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    thanks very much didn't expect such a quick reply.thats much cheaper.just the job.have you bought off him b4 & how does he take payment.
     
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    Those yellow blobs come off with a touch of virosol or ubik on the brush
    Saves scraping
     
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    I did make a velcro scraper for my brush for bird shite etc but not needed it even on bad new cleans with my asda eco washing up liquid and virosol mix squirted on the brush..not any harder to rinse either
     
  8. mark

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    will give it a go m8,i use ubik anyway so il try this.i did a big house the other week, it was plastered with these yellow spots.had 2 get the ladders out in the end,it was on a dangerous sloping canopy.the customer was insistant on me removing them.i must be mad.it was a nightmare they were baked on.
     
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    I mix ubik or virosol with washing up liquid just so it is a bit thicker and doesn't wash away before you can scrub it
    Asda eco or ecover is best i think as it is clear and not too soapy
     
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    What exactly are these dreaded yellow blobs?
     
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