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I've been playing around and currently using 4parts Aldi magnum, 2 parts flash & 1 part rinse aid. Have it in an old washing up liquid bottle, works well, lots of slip and not too many suds

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Because if you don't harvest rainwater or live in a soft water area then you're having to flush at least half of your tanks capacity down the drain.

So if you have a 350 litre tank you need to use 700 litres to get that 350 litres of pure. 350 is a small tank too. So many have 500,650,800 etc.

As a guide an average bath uses 80-100 litres.

On top of this,you are using more fuel lugging about hefty water.

Water weighs roughly 1kg per litre,so it's a no brainer that you're going to use more fuel! 

All that perfectly good water,has to go back through the system again,which requires energy to get it back to drinking water quality. 

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