What can i clean this with?

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  1. koopmaster

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    I have a custy who has these on her sills and windows. I tried a sill cleaner but it bairly made a dent. What strong cleaner or chemical could I use.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    I'd probably try cif and a non scratch scourer, but make sure you charge a lot more for this as it looks more like a restoration job then a clean.
     
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  3. daveyboy

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    Magic sponge
    2 in a box from asda for a quid
    Then order a load from ebay for cheap when you see how good they are
    Just wet it and scrub
    I usually use a little flash with it
    Will all come off with a couple of minutes scrubbing
     
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    I did a house like this year's ago they were twice as stained than those and the only way we got them clean was to use a fine sand paper then cream cleanser but we had buffing pads to bring the shine back up, the job took a lot of time
     
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    Magic sponges work like sandpaper but don't leave a rough finish
    Was recommended them on here and was well impressed
    I always have some in the car
     
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    yucky..id do a runner as i dont like too much work but yep I would have said magic sponges are great..always in my car..
     
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    It looks like some sort of fence panel coating or similar has splashed over it to me.
     
  9. koopmaster

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    I have a month before I'm back in the area so will look on fleabay
     
  10. koopmaster

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    Got 100 for a fiver on ebay
     
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