unger -rub out

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  1. boarcity

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    #1 boarcity, Aug 29, 2015
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    id not ever heard of these [hard water stain removers] till i got given them as a freebies in with my order at www.windowcleaningcleaningstuff.co.uk they look to be a handy size to carry about

    not tried em yet-but i surely will soon! Photo-0008.jpg
     
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  2. Diwrnach

    Diwrnach Grand Master
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    Be interested to see if they work, have a few houses with hard water stains.
     
  3. mr shine

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    its not very good , id recommend the winsol version , theres a few videos on youtube if you wanna see it in use
     
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  4. Luke Barnard

    Luke Barnard Active Member
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    I've got a bottle of rubout, use it quite often (lawn sprinkler getting the patio doors, hanging basket next to a window, that sorta thing) the other day I had a kitchen window with a split overflow above, rust and hard water marking over the entire window, rub it on, rinse and repeat and good as new. Not as much elbo grease as you might imagine and you get to point out to your customer what a drastic improvement you've made to that particular window!!!
    Maybe just me but I really hate cleaning a blown double glazed unit, looks s##t before you start and s##t once you've finished...whats the point.
     
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