Ecover + Flash Or Ecover + Vinegar

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  1. Ackroyd_82

    Ackroyd_82 Member
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    Okay so which is the better combo?
     
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  2. james44

    james44 Well-Known Member
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    Ecover + flash!
     
  3. Dodger

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    Vinegar for me.
     
  4. Gushysfella

    Gushysfella Active Member
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    Mmmm both very good but in hot sun Ecover+flash combo can leave white markes so extra detailing but good shiny finish, vinegar mix good but rubber wares out quicker so must do damage over time to older upvc and slowly removes paint when detailing!!

    Just my humble opinion GF
     
  5. Ackroyd_82

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    I have cleaned my own windows and found that the flash can leave white smears. Although it is an absolute delight to work with. I'm starting to go back to vinegar. Has anyone ever tried GG4 + Ecover?
     
  6. OoO

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    Yeah i have and ecover and unger liquid. Both pants really.
     
  7. Gmeister

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    Ecover on it's own works for me!
     
  8. Newbie cleaner

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    I've tried squeegee off on my windows and looks kind of good, has anyone tried it?

    Many moons ago my boss used to use car window cleaner and a splash of car wash and wax, literally good splashes of each and used to work wonderfully but those were wooden window days, upvc is different so not sure if it would work
     
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    I just went to my tescos and could not find any ecover. they have fabric conditioner and worktop spray etc but no washing up liquid? am I looking for the wrong stuff or what?
     
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