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dirty windows and doors

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by Iolanda, 26 Jun 2004.

  1. Iolanda

    Iolanda

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    I have white UPVC windows and they are driving me mad. I live on a main drive and the dirt that builds up on them is horrendous. Can you tell me what I can use on these to get the dirt marks of them?
     
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    detergent, water, elbow grease
     
  4. Iolanda

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    i've tried this, arms breaking, and shtill there are marks there.
     
  5. astiling

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    You can buy UPVC cleaner - try B&Q
     
  6. oilman

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    Heavy duty traffic film remover that's meant for use with pressure washers works with most dirt.
     
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    See. So who says uPVC requires less maintenance than wood. :LOL:
     
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