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Old 30-06-2021, 11:23 AM   #1
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not sure ONR is going to cut this



unbelievably, my car was clean until the massive amount of rain we had the other night and I had a job on, quite a massive amount of dirt washed out of the fields into the road, with idiots in 4x4's they don't care about going way too fast through the floods.....



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Old 30-06-2021, 11:39 AM   #2
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ONR says "Easy peasy...try me and see!"
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im not convinced, there's a huge amount of cr4p on there
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Old 30-06-2021, 12:07 PM   #4
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This is what my car ussually looks like in winter time...ONR always removed everything off without a problem...but the easier way to get rid of all that dirt is to PW it and then do a ONR wash!
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This is what my car ussually looks like in winter time...ONR always removed everything off without a problem...but the easier way to get rid of all that dirt is to PW it and then do a ONR wash!
yeah, just need to get a cordless Worx or similar
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Worx would be perfect. i have been wanting one for a long time now!
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Old 30-06-2021, 12:11 PM   #7
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Worx would be perfect. i have been wanting one for a long time now!
seemed to have shot up in price lately tbh
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Old 30-06-2021, 03:13 PM   #8
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Having followed your recent posts, thats going to have to be a trip to a coin operated forecourt jet wash.

Go when its quiet and take all your ONR stuff and the filtered water and just do it in the car park I reckon
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Old 30-06-2021, 03:16 PM   #9
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Having followed your recent posts, thats going to have to be a trip to a coin operated forecourt jet wash.

Go when its quiet and take all your ONR stuff and the filtered water and just do it in the car park I reckon
Yeah, it’s getting on my f*****g nerves not having power and water up in car park
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Old 30-06-2021, 04:46 PM   #10
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Pressure washer or coin op rinse is the safest but forceful spritz prewash with onr solution would probably work as well. Use the stream on your spritz bottle to know off the largest bits and let the chemical soften and encapsulate the rest. It’s how I got through Kansas winters when I was stationed up there.
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