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Scooby_Doo
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Post by Scooby_Doo »

crockers wrote: Wed Feb 14, 2024 7:27 pm Can't beat a good old Brillo pad
My neighbour of many moons ago once asked me what I cleaned my wheels with , I suggested he use the small sponge scouring pads , non scratch, but NOT the all green ones.
Later that day there was a knock on the door, my neighbour, "could I come and have a look at his wheel" , nice BMW 5 spoke on his Z3. It was covered in scratches , he'd actually used one of the all green scouring pads ooooooooooooH.

Woodhouse
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Post by Woodhouse »

Scooby_Doo wrote: Wed Feb 14, 2024 8:31 pm
crockers wrote: Wed Feb 14, 2024 7:27 pm Can't beat a good old Brillo pad
My neighbour of many moons ago once asked me what I cleaned my wheels with , I suggested he use the small sponge scouring pads , non scratch, but NOT the all green ones.
Later that day there was a knock on the door, my neighbour, "could I come and have a look at his wheel" , nice BMW 5 spoke on his Z3. It was covered in scratches , he'd actually used one of the all green scouring pads ooooooooooooH.
Back in my teenage years a mate cleaned his brand new corsa with a green scourer to get the mud off the sides. Completely trashed it on its first wash!!
Macan S - MY23 - PRG1YBJ5 - (his)

F60 Mini Countryman Cooper S (hers)
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