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Old 11-06-2018, 08:13 PM   #1
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Hi, Guy's I've come across this by error, to be Honest with you all. A relative has had a Hip replacement & the family have all rallied round to sort out his house, he's lived alone for near on 30 years so you can imagine. Anyway hell of a lot of grease on the wall tiles behind the cooker, we tried all sorts to shift it. Then someone brought this stuff called GREASE OFF £1 from TESCO. Hey, it's good stuff, it Even say's on the instructions ( now we all read them sometimes don't tell fib's we do ) IT say's that it's great for cleaning your Engine Bay & getting grease of upholstery, with the adviser of try in an inconspicuous area first. I've to given the grandaughters car a good clean today & it's made a great job of cleaning around the engine. It's worth checking. I have a bottle in the collection now
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A few engine parts I have that need decreasing. I'll give this a ģo. Can't lose out at £1.
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Have you tried it on tyres to remove old dressing?
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Old 13-06-2018, 08:44 PM   #4
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Astonish Engine Degreaser is a good product for a £1. Used it on an extremely oily engine bay.
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Astonish Engine Degreaser is a good product for a £1. Used it on an extremely oily engine bay.
Proper good stuff, cleans oil and gunk with ease. Can't go wrong for a £1, 750ml too.
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