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Old 24 June 2012, 11:29   #21
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Old 24 June 2012, 12:12   #22
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So where we going then

Woody and Stu will need a date to aim for
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Old 24 June 2012, 12:12   #23
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Talking of Gardens Iv'e just bought a sectional concrete workshop for mine now if only I could remember who it was I lugged the workshop they bought about for I could get them to give me a hand. I was gonna ask the day across the road but he hung himself yesterday
You live on the side of a mountain, were the feck are you going to put it

Shout if you need a hand.

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Jasper said something similar
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Sounds crazy but, if you can get them to stick rags soaked in vinegar and left on for a few hours will shift limescale.

I use the same method to remove it from poultry drinkers. Doesn't cost much, isn't harmful to you or the environment either.
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So where we going then

Woody and Stu will need a date to aim for
I'm out for this summer I'm afraid, will be working on the attaque ready for our family holiday in Brixham third week in August.

The 4.7 is going to be my winter project , the main thing I'm going to need is the grey flat rubbing strake as I need to replace three sections plus the strip around and over the bow.

Definately be up for a couple of outings next season though, would be nice to meet a few of you guys.
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Pembrokeshire is nice.
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Sounds crazy but, if you can get them to stick rags soaked in vinegar and left on for a few hours will shift limescale.
It's not crazy at all - vinegar being acetic acid and water. I use it quite a lot for removing deposits from chemical injectors and pumps, it being as you say, gentle on the surroundings (me). However, it will be much slower than the more aggressive acids and in the quantities required, I doubt if it will be any cheaper than a "grownup" acid like hydrochloric (brick cleaner).
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spirit of salts from the hardware shop removes limescale also

best have a trial patch first
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