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Hi, all hope you guys doing well, and keeping safe as you possibly can.  Can anyone advise I cleaned the windows on patio doors today and noticed a blue scuff very small and thin on the white frame upvc. I got it into my head it was from the brush head somewhere it hadn't done it on any other frames on the house. Looking at the brush head on the T pipe connections there are blue push fittings on the end connections and. thought it may have come from those. Maybe using an flash stain and scuff eraser next time to clean it off. Anyone had this issue or similar 

 

Thanks 

Ady 

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I use Unger rub out, it’s a bit pricey but does a good job and you don’t need to use a lot to get rid of the marks 👍

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21 minutes ago, scottish cleaning service said:

I would use pink stuff to remove it but I would check all windows before and after from now on.

Cheers bought some should I spot test it its  only very minor scuff must of angled brush to catch frame with connector  

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11 hours ago, AllGleam said:

Cheers bought some should I spot test it its  only very minor scuff must of angled brush to catch frame with connector  

I generally test everything on my own windows first to gain confidence.

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