original liquidator rubber

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  1. mark

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    anyone know were the cheapest place is to buy liquidator rubber pre cut???looked on ebay,nothing
     
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  2. mark

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    looked at two popular window cleaning companys,they want inexcess of £32 for 10 pre cut 10 inch rubbers,madness,thats the cheapest I can find
     
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    So why not cut it yourself?
     
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    If you go to 'window cleaning stuff, you can get 42 inch Moerman rubbers for about £2.15 plus VAT and del., and cut them yourself.
    Moerman Rubber Dura-Flex 42" 105cm - Window Cleaning Stuff
     
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    Now the weather has started to warm up the hard would be good
    Lasts a good while compared to the soft too
     
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    I've recently been trying the hard ones, having always used the soft, but found them difficult, probably due to the cold. I'll try them again later.
     
  8. mark

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    tbh I have been cutting my rubbers up,been using black diamond rubber.tried one of the precut moerman rubbers yesterday and it was pretty damn good.no swirls or anything.but at those rip off prices -im gonna carry on with the bd
     
  9. mark

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    thanks rubywolf buying some
     
  10. keefo

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    I've actually used some Moerman soft in very hot temps and I like the stuff.....I just like BD more.

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