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  • soluble with water degreaser?
  • Turnerfan1
    Free Member

    Finish line used do a great concentrated degrease that you mix with water.They have stopped doing it! Used to be great for putting in a large bowl and cleaning a lot of stuff at once.Does any one else do a degreaser to mix with water? I found a small tub used to last me a year or two! Cheapskate!!
    Thanx Max

    racing_ralph
    Free Member

    fenwicks

    rich-6
    Free Member

    Buy a bottle of swarfega, works out cheaper than finish line because you get more for your money, Its water soluble and is stronger and IMO cleans parts up better

    100mphplus
    Free Member

    Fenwicks FS1, 1 Ltr for ~£5 makes up 10 Ltrs of cleaner, it’s the best value for money and also the best actual cleaner I have ever used too.

    For really greasy areas use it neat.

    Scienceofficer
    Free Member

    Its called ecotech and its still available from halfords

    uplink
    Free Member

    Gunk

    Kojaklollipop
    Free Member

    Jizer

    Smells nicer than Gunk

    Also, if you rinse it off over your weeds on the patio it will kill those off too*

    *erm, obviously not too good for the environment ??

    thomthumb
    Free Member

    you want citrus floor cleaner from your industrial supply shop. about £30 for 25 L last you a few years no doubt.

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