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Old 06 February 2009, 05:35   #11
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Thanks guys,
I'll try a few suggestions but do have to be careful as they're not my boats ! I've got some hypalon to experiment with thinners etc, i haven't found TFR here yet but will try again.
I'll let you know if anything works.
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Old 06 February 2009, 05:49   #12
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If its like black dots within the fabric....nothing removes them
Yes it does.... Milton baby Bottle sterilising liquid clears them in a matter of minutes, no need to really scrub. Also works wonders on bathroom tiles and grout with the same problems....
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Old 06 February 2009, 06:02   #13
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Yes it does.... Milton baby Bottle sterilising liquid clears them in a matter of minutes, no need to really scrub. Also works wonders on bathroom tiles and grout with the same problems....
i've gotta try that, i've had the tubes completely renewed on my yellow boat, henshaws couldn't even get them out!!
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Old 06 February 2009, 09:46   #14
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Yes it does.... Milton baby Bottle sterilising liquid clears them in a matter of minutes, no need to really scrub. Also works wonders on bathroom tiles and grout with the same problems....
How did you find that one out!?
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Old 06 February 2009, 11:00   #15
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How did you find that one out!?
Right here on Ribnet!!!! - tried it on canvas on a pushchair and never looked back.... decking, shower, sink, smelly shoes, garden furniture, smelly pipes!
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tfr is essentially for cleaning the curtain sides of trucks so try a trade truck factors/motor factors. but the baby fluid sound a result
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this may not be very helpful but there is a product out there somewhere that claims to remove mould from silicone sealant but I can't remember where i have seen it maybe lidl
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Old 06 February 2009, 14:08   #18
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screwfix does it! By the way on the subject of washing powder David Manning is very fond of Omo
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screwfix does it! By the way on the subject of washing powder David Manning is very fond of Omo
Look out humour seems to have been banned.............
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not good humour!
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