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Old 06 December 2010, 09:47   #11
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I've got some other weapons grade stuff here that might be better
I reckon her cake mix would make good seam sealant for hypalon
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Old 07 December 2010, 08:20   #12
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Just arrived in, finally.

DHD, Dr. Doof, Jeff, I'll get them in the post today.

Keith and Karl I think you both said you want a bottle, I'm mostly around the workshop day and night, give a ring or whatever to arrange collection
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Damnit, I only passed through your Parish this morning. Almost stopped off for a chat as well, and to have a gander at the new toy but thought you'd be busy doing your own and your boss's work.
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Mine arrived today. Great.

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and mine today - thanks very much
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Hi chaps and a very happy new year to you all. Has anyone tried this magic potion at all yet and if so does it really do the job? If it does can I have a tin please? Thanx - Ian
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Yep, just used it this morning. Pretty much does what Matt said it would. Applied it with a sponge, left for 15 mins and washed off with hose and brush.

Hasn't got rid of every blemish, but so easy to use. Must be exceedingly caustic; we'll see how much of the lawn I've killed in the process over the coming days
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Stubborn bits might need to be worked in a bit after leaving it for 15 mins prior to hosing orf, not with anything abrasive of course
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