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Spider crap on upvc


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we always just take the end of our brushes over that areas first by the time we come to wipe the sills (where they are normally concentrated up here anyway) they have had a few mins to soak and they just wipe off.

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  • 2 weeks later...

First of all you must cut off their food supplies - no food, no doo doo's.

Then, if that doesn't work - you must kill all the spiders. Nasty, horrible creatures that have no respect for lovely white pvc.

Then if that doesn't work - you must destroy the conservatory!! It is not acceptable to have doo doo marks on the beautiful, pristine plastic.

 

Hope that helps.

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Change your brush, it sound like the brush you are using is low absorbent filament.

If you are only going to use artificial brush filament, use a more absorbent Nylon filament.

 

If you want to remove it instantly us a Boars hair brushes.

 

Richard

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