Vinegar In Wfp Set Up

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  1. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

    M.K Cleaners.co.uk Grand Master
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    http://youtu.be/F6t5axVtq2I

    Would this work? All the windows I clean run off tiny little rivers
     
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  2. rcproperty

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    the guy dont even know the proper terms of the type of glass! lol

    wouldnt even try it.
     
  3. rcproperty

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    the windows that run like rivers (hydrophobic) has a special spray coating on the glass at the manufacturing stage and the only way to change it is to rub down each window with bronze wool to take that coating off then they will become Hydrophilic
     
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    so much time consuming... what a waste of time
     
  5. Paul

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    What makes you think it's vinegar Marc? In his special compound lol

    Water loving glass EPIC lol
     
  6. Vince Green

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    Its not always that, it can be what they have been cleaned with in the past. Clean a window just once with Mr Muscle and it will be waxy for years.
     
  7. Dodger

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    I've seen posts about people putting a little ecover in the water, could this be as simple as that lol. When I've read those posts it's been said that it doesn't affect the end result, could be a load of twaddle I don't know. Vinegar though, I put too much in my trad water once when I first started out and it left a bit of residue round edge and detailing was a beech so not sure that would be it.
     
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    Im sure he said thats what it was in the comments lol
     
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    I just looked and yeah it is, I have to admit I've seen a few of adders vids and even posted em here and he seems to be pretty knowledgable so might tend to listen to what he says.
     
  10. chip

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    I've put ecover in, with no obvious problems, never vinegar though, but think James44 has done it with both together.
     
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