How To Get This Back To White

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  1. dan41864

    dan41864 Newcomer
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    Hi Every one was after a bit of advice of how best to get this back to white??

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  2. james44

    james44 Well-Known Member
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    You will get many answers to this!

    but all i use and have done for years! is soapy water and 0000 steel wool rubbing gently will bring this up like new!
     
  3. dan41864

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    Thanks james44 :biggrin:
     
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    What is it?
     
  5. All Round Cleaning

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    Ecover / virosol mix give it a bit of elbow grease with a scrubbing brush .

    Or

    Tesco soap pads 45p for a box .
     
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    Is that wood, plastic, ali or what as the pic is not very good? :laugh:
     
  7. dan41864

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    Upvc window frame thanks for the help guys
     
  8. summershine

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    I use cif and a sponge with a scourer to scrub comes off so easy
     
  9. Dodger

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    I've used loads of stuff my fave used to be bicarb and vinegar with a bit of ecover but seriously magic sponges are the shanizz.
     
  10. dan41864

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    Thanks for ur help guys
     
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