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Ashley Brown

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Ashley Brown

Anyone cleaned black cladding ,newish build just cobwebs mainly, can this be done with tap water .or should I use pure water  to scrub then rinse.will it leave Mark's as its black cladding ,also would you use tfr on this first before rinse .thanks ash

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45 minutes ago, Ashley Brown said:

Anyone cleaned black cladding ,newish build just cobwebs mainly, can this be done with tap water .or should I use pure water .will it leave Mark's as its black cladding thanks ash

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Black is about the only colour we haven’t done😂😂😂 wfp with tap water and maybe a virisol mixwill be fine just finish off the windows with pure 

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Ashley Brown
23 minutes ago, Pjj said:

It will do the same sort of job just rinse well 

Would you use pure water to rinse as its black thanks

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10 minutes ago, Ashley Brown said:

Would you use pure water to rinse as its black thanks

No don’t  think so Tap water should be fine just give it a thorough rinse removing all traces of detergent ,and do the windows last with pure   

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7 minutes ago, Part Timer said:

Depends on your tap TDS, wouldn't want to rinse anything black with a high TDS

We have a high tds here .so will rinse with pure

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