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Old 26 February 2006, 18:09   #11
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Do get the dilution right else you won't have any colour left on your tubes with tfr
That's nonsense
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Old 27 February 2006, 03:38   #12
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Thanks for all the info/recommendations so far, to be perfectly honest i'll probaly the lot and see which works best. Just wanted to narrow it down. Btw the rib had white/blue tubes and a white hull.
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Old 27 February 2006, 03:48   #13
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Do you always talk about yourself in the third person?
The company I work for are only stockists of Rib Revive. We stock it because after trying all the other products available we find Rib Revive to be the best by a long shot.
However the Steph who runs Pristine is my Fiancée. I recommend any trade customers go straight to her then they will get the products for the same price we do! She tells me she has some sample bottles at the mo so any trade customers that haven’t yet tried Rib Revive give her a call and she will send you some. her number is 01489 556809. or email, steph@pristinemarine.co.uk.
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Old 27 February 2006, 04:45   #14
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That's nonsense
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You must use a much diluted form of tfr to me,the stuff I use has to be used with great caution as it will strip colour from toobs
However,if you are questioning my integrity as to the validity of my statement come and try some for yourself
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Old 27 February 2006, 04:54   #15
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The company I work for are only stockists of Rib Revive. We stock it because after trying all the other products available we find Rib Revive to be the best by a long shot.
However the Steph who runs Pristine is my Fiancée. I recommend any trade customers go straight to her then they will get the products for the same price we do! She tells me she has some sample bottles at the mo so any trade customers that haven’t yet tried Rib Revive give her a call and she will send you some. her number is 01489 556809. or email, steph@pristinemarine.co.uk.
The way this reads it sounds like ribshop and pristine marine are separate companies, is this what you are saying Or is this an attempt at some really cleaver marketing ploy Des
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Old 27 February 2006, 05:03   #16
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They are two completely separate companies, Steph does her thing I do mine. I think I drew the short straw though, I'm the one that always gets covered in oil.
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Old 27 February 2006, 05:05   #17
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They are two completely separate companies, Steph does her thing I do mine. I think I drew the short straw though, I'm the one that always gets covered in oil.
If that's the case why do you have the same email address
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Old 27 February 2006, 08:40   #18
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They are two completely separate companies, Steph does her thing I do mine.
Does that mean I can look forward to both companies signing up as trade members?

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Old 27 February 2006, 16:13   #19
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RE: equipment

In terms of equipment, i have yet to buy it all yet so can't really publish a list. But for example can you get a portable inflator to inflate the water toys ( doghnuts etc..) on the water?.

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Old 28 February 2006, 04:10   #20
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In terms of equipment, i have yet to buy it all yet so can't really publish a list. But for example can you get a portable inflator to inflate the water toys ( doghnuts etc..) on the water?.

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Yes - they're not cheap, but most good chandlers sell them - or look for high speed inflator on the web ............
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