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Old 06-09-2016, 06:32 PM   #11
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is the B&Q 4 pack grout sponges any good?
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Old 06-09-2016, 06:46 PM   #12
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is the B&Q 4 pack grout sponges any good?
I've found the slightly more expensive ones that come in a clear bag (£1.99 I believe) to be much better They are a lot softer which makes them easier to work tighter areas etc.
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Old 06-09-2016, 07:00 PM   #13
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I've found the slightly more expensive ones that come in a clear bag (£1.99 I believe) to be much better They are a lot softer which makes them easier to work tighter areas etc.
in B&Q?
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Yes You'll know which one I mean when you see/feel it.
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Had a look today but they only had one large orange one, I'm guessing its these?

http://www.diy.com/departments/bq-sp...4/38108_BQ.prd
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Maybe slightly more expensive, but I have always used the sponges from 'Tradetiler' when using ONR. Found them to work very well. Helps that I'm a ceramic tiler and can use them for work as well.
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Had a look today but they only had one large orange one, I'm guessing its these?

http://www.diy.com/departments/bq-sp...4/38108_BQ.prd
Ahh damn These is the ones I use: http://www.diy.com/departments/diall.../179405_BQ.prd

If they don't have any in your local B&Q try topps tiles if you have one nearby. They do the same ones but rebranded
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I know the link is from Sweden but trust me this is the sponge you want. Its 140 swedish kr for 10 pack which is about 15eur.

http://www.pingens.se/p/paketerbjuda...d-10-pack.html

I am using one for about 18 months now strictly for rinseless washes and its still good. I have a backup ready for the last 3 months but still use the old one.
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Here is the link for the same sponge for 18 swedish kr (1.89 EUR) so you dont have to buy 10 of them.

http://www.pingens.se/p/tvatt-rengor...p-vafflad.html
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Here is the link for the same sponge for 18 swedish kr (1.89 EUR) so you dont have to buy 10 of them.



http://www.pingens.se/p/tvatt-rengor...p-vafflad.html


Thanks, anything else worth buying from there?


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