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    Question Cleaning tools

    What do people use?

    Matt's got hundreds of bits and bobs, and me being me like things in order. He's hading in the keys for his work unit soon so all the tools will be coming home. To be fair, most if not all of them aren't used anymore but some of it are bits you'd never find again, being as he is old!

    I want to clean them up and sort them out once they're out of there so wondering what people use.

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    Loads and loads of microfibre cloths
    Wash mitt or Zymol sponge
    3 buckets, 1 rince, 1 wash and one wheels
    Presure washer
    Watering can
    Several different brushes
    Aplicators,both Microfibre and sponge
    Spray bottles
    Large drying towel
    Foam lance
    Those would be the baisic tools, you could add PC or Rotary with backing plates, and pads, paint thicknes gauge, swirl spotting torch/floodlights......the list goes on for ever really.

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    Think I wrote that wrong!!

    I meant what do you use to keep your work tools clean as in spanners, sockets etc!

    Car cleaning stuff, the signum has't been cleaned properly since Billing!

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    LOL, a dirty rag in that case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    LOL, a dirty rag in that case.
    and some WD40 to keep em lubed up !

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