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    How about this http://www.netto.co.uk/internet/nettog/menu/main.nsf click special offers click 12 april click page 7.

    £20 for a PC.

    tempted just to try it but !!!!.
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    good find

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    fooled again ... I was thinking that's blummin good for a personal computer ... I should pay more attention to the section posted in!

    They also have a set of parking sensors for £20 which look similar to the ones on Ebay sold for £35.

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    And a 150W inverter for £15. I can charge my laptop in the car - yippee!

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    the bluetooth on page 6 is a good deal too thats the cheapest ive seen em

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    got one today, looks very well made, have to give it a try

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    I got one of these, just to try out a rotary, before i spent good money on one... First thing i noticed once i got home is the thread size is m16, most polishers are m14, so Getting pads to fit, is going to be hell.

    as it happens i had a old grinder lieing around.. i cut off the shaft and welded it to the netto polisher... poped along to screwfix and got a regular grade polishing sponge.

    I've never used a rotary polisher before, so I thought i'd try it out om my van, the vans 9 years old and looked like it had been washed with a brillopad.

    The results, amazing, within minutes I could see the difference.

    Its a shame i didnt take and before pictures.

    I did get a few holograms, but after reading on the net, @ detailingworld.co.uk i've now found out that its due to the polish/compound not breaking down enough.

    oh btw: i used a very abrasive Farécla G3 compound.

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    when i looked at them my 1st thoughts was wow a lil bit heavy

    the van looks nice and shiney

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    Brought one today, its alot bigger than a normal PC, so where do we buy the pads from??

    Mine didnt include the cotton pad. did anyone else get one?

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    should do go back and ask for one if not get ya money back.

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