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Old 16 December 2014, 10:06   #11
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The only thing that has had any effect was the vm compound a very light cutting paste, But the marks are still there just a little more faint .
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Old 16 December 2014, 10:46   #12
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The only thing I have found to get rid of mould spots is Dettol Mould & Mildew remover .....it'll bleach your clothes so be careful !

Used it on grey , white and orange tubes - doesn't touch grease or normal dirt , but does somehow ( I assume bleach) the mould.

Never had an issue with it removing colour from the tubes either
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Thanks peter.
Ill try and get some tomorrow, The mould cleaner I used was rubbish.
Any idea how to get off all the little bits of frayed material where the tubes join ?
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Thanks peter.
Ill try and get some tomorrow, The mould cleaner I used was rubbish.
Any idea how to get off all the little bits of frayed material where the tubes join ?
For the bits - nail scissors, a very very sharp knife blade ( both these need you to be very careful ! ) and heard of some burning them of with a fag lighter ........
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Yeah fag lighter works that's what i do but move at a steady pace


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I'll just stick to FPS and Rib revive its done okay so far.
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No idea if it's any good on toobs but I used it on a sun shade and it worked a treat.

I'd try a little area first

Cillit Bang Black Mould Spray 750ml at wilko.com
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No idea if it's any good on toobs but I used it on a sun shade and it worked a treat.

I'd try a little area first

Cillit Bang Black Mould Spray 750ml at wilko.com
Blimey!! Had to get m'specs on quick and re-read your link there Jimbo. I was afraid that you'd inadvertently pasted a link to one of your more 'specialist' websites.
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I'll just stick to FPS and Rib revive its done okay so far.
I have just figured out FPS ( Fairy power spray ) , Do you mean you mix with rib revive or use one after the other.
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