Unger RubOut

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by Mart1001, Sep 15, 2015.

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  1. Mart1001

    Mart1001 Well-Known Member
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    First itme trying this product....great results I think.
    A patio door badley stained from an over flow that had been dripping and splashing onto it for some months.

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    Of course the glass is now so shiney, the image is spoiled by the reflection of the garden fence :)

    It took a bit of doing.
    First attempt, I applied the RubOut in circular motion and left it for a few minutes...I then rinsed and at first, it looked much better but as soon as I ran my squeegee over the glass, I could see it had done nothing.

    So, I applied again, left a few minutes and then got to work with my 6" scraper(sharp side), I kept rubbing the solutiion in with a damp cloth after scraping the area. I rinsed and after running my squeegee through again, I could see the test area was lovely and clear. So I got to work proper and spent about 30-40 minutes on the entire arear(the water staining ran to about half way up the patio door).
    I rinsed and was pleased to see I'd done a great job.
    Just to be clear, I had previously tried scraping with just soapy water, it didn't touch it.

    Fully recommend this product.
    Mart.
     
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  2. Tuffers

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    Ace job. I use it sometimes to get rid of hard water stains on 1 house where she waters the plants and windows at the same time :rolleyes:
     
  3. Posh

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    I use viakal. £2 from tescos.
    Marvellous stuff.
    Spray it on. Leave couple of mins. Rub off.

    Good job that Mart. Looks mint.
     
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  4. Jacob

    Jacob Guest

    just been looking for a product like this, gonna get some Rubout i guess
     
  5. tench0771

    tench0771 Grand Master
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    this stuff looks very good ill b trying some to :)
     
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