Posted 26 September 2000 at
12:45:32 UK time
I sometimes have to resort to using Swarfega to remove tar and oil
left on the aluminium interior by shoes. This is especially a problem
on the grooved bits in front of the seats.
(1) Borrow your partner's tooth brush
(2) Take one of those
small sponge/scourers from the kitchen.
(3) Apply some Swarfega to
the toothbrush and wipe in the grooves, and on any
oily bits of
the aluminum interior. Do NOT moisten the toothbrush.
for 5 minutes.
(5) Wash the swarfega away with the sponge and
(6) Clean and return the toothbrush.
Finally, you can have a quiet chuckle when your partner asks
whether you've changed your choice of toothpaste recently. Especially
amusing if they prefer the new taste!
Posted 26 September 2000 at 13:44:14 UK time
To clean your ridged aluminium step plates; use Baby Wipes !!
1. Place Baby Wipe on step plate
2. Place stiff bristle brush
over Baby Wipe (important note - from experience - a toothbrush tends
to be too small, a yard brush too big, a shoe brush too black, a bog
brush... no we won't go into that one...)
3. Brush (brush) with a
4. Remove brush
5. Remove (filthy) Baby Wipe
Well done, sir. Shiny clean step plates.
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