first cleans

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by lee.h, May 16, 2012.

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  1. lee.h

    lee.h Member
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    been goin a little while now so naturally still doing a lot of first cleans. not gonna lecture everyone on how dirty some of them are as im sure your all too aware lol. any one got any tips. i been using alot of traditional to do them as i find the wfp uses so much water to rinse it thoroughly on first clean and the drips off some items like vents etc are a ***htmare.. open to any ideas no matter what method you use.. thanks. lee
     
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  2. Ryan

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    tbh u could spray them with virosol to loosen it up if thay are that bad and then rinse and then clean as normal simples

    first cleans take a while what ever way u do them lol
     
  3. lee.h

    lee.h Member
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    is that like muck off or something like that?[hr]
    iv used that on some of the really green stuff
     
  4. GMcleaning

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    im guessing your talking about frames? i just use the sills cloth, wipe all the dirt off, then wipe with a dry scrim if needed, seems to do a good job in most cases, for really hard marks i use that age-old secret ingredient, elbow grease
     
  5. Ryan

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    ya its just a degreeser really loads of uses tho and ideal for window frames conservitores ect

    £5 per 5 litres so is cheap but delivery is £7 in most places so just get 2-3 bottles to make it worth getting it imo i solt a bottle to my mate for £10 lol

    iv had muc off and virosol is a lot better imo loads of guys on here use it tho just an idea ;]
     
  6. A.K WINDOWS

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    i just use dry scrim found this the best way when the cloths wet the dirt smears all over.
     
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