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Virosol vs ubick


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I emailed the company the other day as they are both made by same one.

They responded that either are good for upvc, windows etc but to remember to rinse well. The sales person's personal recommendation was Viro Sol.

One thing I have found on the data sheets is that Viro Sol isn't good for aquatic life! So if the property has a pond I would be very cautious using Viro Sol. Ubik 2000 doesn't have the same warnings regarding aquatic life. 

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I use ubik it cuts through dirt easy especially on  first Cleans  , I put a bit of Fairy liquid in the mix so it holds on to the Glass better . 

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On 08/04/2021 at 23:13, ched999uk said:

The sales person's personal recommendation was Viro Sol.

Does it cost more? 😉

Someone should make a comparison, that would be amazing.

 

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1 minute ago, TopNotch said:

Does it cost more? 😉

Someone should make a comparison, that would be amazing.

 

I pay £28 for 20 ltr drum of Virosol 

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2 minutes ago, TopNotch said:

Does it cost more? 😉

Someone should make a comparison, that would be amazing.

 

ViroSol is slightly more expensive but according to the COSHH sheet it is very nasty for aquatic life!!!!

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9 hours ago, Clearview Lee said:

I use Ubik too - top notch gear

Me too 👍 cleaned a glass conny yesterday and it came up bloody lovely! Just don't let it dry! 

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