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Old 17 July 2009, 05:13   #21
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A quickie money-saving tip here; nip into your local Asda, go to the car/diy section and snap up the 500ml spray cans of Turtle Wax "Black in a Flash". £2 a can! It makes Hypalon look like new! Check out the instructions too because if you prefer a matt/satin finish it can do that too, just apply differently.

Oh, and it smells luverly!

Time IS money, just depends how you want to spend it..........
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Old 17 July 2009, 08:02   #22
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Cue the comments about silicone..................

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Old 17 July 2009, 14:59   #23
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Originally Posted by bedajim View Post
Feck me you've joined them hope you had gloves on, next you'll be swapping your favourite pesto sauce recipes with one of the nobbers
No way.

Did you remember to lightly toast the pine nuts and use quality olive oil?

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