Inside Conservatory Cleaning Tips - Need Help

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  1. sdrah

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    Hi - just a quick question - how do you clean conservatory upvc / frame inside if is really dirty ? I mean the white upvc is like painted in black - a dirt which you cant feel - and nothing worked from my domestic cleaning chemicals . Apparently bleach is good - however it stinks like hell .

    What chemicals shall I get for dat type of dirt ?

    PS: Trrow Im gonna do it from outside so any advice will be appreciate ! thx
     
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  2. Smurf

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    What chems have you tried so far?
     
  3. sdrah

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    I've got a kind of solution - can't remember the name - as I bought it several years ago (20 L for £25)- from autosmart - it worked always on most jobs - from carpet cleaning to tiles , car valeting etc . Also ive tried detol mould remover (green bottle - a very effective one - however not this time) oh yes almost forgot I also have 1 L of UPVC cleaner -. which is absolutely useless ....
     
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    Hmmmm that sounds like it's going to be a ball breaking job then :(

    I would try myself washing over with a hot solution of ubik 2000 first then try using a magic sponge. If that doesn't shift it then as a last resort would use upvc solvent cleaner.
     
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    The Wurth type 32 solvent is also very good. Don't mix up with the type 10 from Wurth that is too strong. But Ubik 2000 is hot stuff too
     
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  7. OoO

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    I did one last year customer has smoked for 10 years in it, she wanted me to clean it inside.

    It wasnt black, was just yellow. I used warm water and ecover and flew through it in an hour :D
     
  8. Gmeister

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    No way smurf? lol
    Those frames were seriously black, never seen anything like that before!

    Not even ones that are outside!

    (Ive seen black sills but not frames)!
     
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    That one was in a none smoking household but had not been cleaned for 16 years :D

     
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    Yes way... that's one of the cleaner ones I normally do :D
     
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