Virosol - Good on cookers

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  1. best

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    bought some virosol for work, not had chance to use it much but the wife needed to clean the cooker :idea:, so i said she could try the virosol. She loved it, said the grease dripped off.

    sounds like a good all round product
     
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  2. Paul

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    it's brilliant on your cars aswell mate I use it for everything even put it in my coffee :D
     
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    orange flavour coffee :exclamation:, not my cup of tea :)
     
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    I used it on bbq. didn't get it all off but a lot better than Anythin previous.

    worried bout using on car in case damages it. won't it take the polish/wax off too?
     
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    I have not used it on the paintwork but put it on the alloys. works ok,
     
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    ah yes, I used it on alloys last week, got the stubborn marks off a treat.

    ok won't use it on the fly splatters on bumper and bonnet then, lol.
     
  7. Paul

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    I tried it on the wifes car first lol came up a treat.
     
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