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Re: Awesome Cleaning tip!

Post by Xjr1300 » 13 Sep 2015, 01:08

I bought one of those hand held steam cleaners and found it really useful downside was it ran out of steam pretty quickly,and had to keep refilling and waiting for it to come up to temperature so when it Came to cleaning my car engine I bought a Polti cylinder steam cleaner a lot more steam capacity
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Re: Awesome Cleaning tip!

Post by Dave » 13 Sep 2015, 08:17

Crikey. Will wallpaper strippers be getting used next ?

Bucket of water and a sponge does me , the only steamers in my house get flushed down the big .....quickly
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Re: Awesome Cleaning tip!

Post by cupidstunt » 13 Sep 2015, 19:56

rjvader wrote:
Cabernet wrote:Not sure about steam on o-ring sealed chain.
I did say on solid parts or words to that effect. Im hoping people have a little common sense rather than me having to write a huge list of bits it could potentially mess up haha.
RJ you do have to make allowances for his age as he does have trouble keeping up at times
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Re: Awesome Cleaning tip!

Post by ListerTheStupid » 13 Sep 2015, 20:22

I put my bike in the dish washer. It's all good.


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Re: Awesome Cleaning tip!

Post by Dooffle » 16 Sep 2015, 22:07

Cabernet wrote:Not sure about steam on o-ring sealed chain.
Good point and not just the chain, safe up to around 120' C.


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