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#16 georgen

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Posted 22 September 2013 - 05:47 PM

Me too mate FFS!
Clench butt and hand over the wadd for another high performance cement mixer,
Looking good mate,
:lol: yes you can do it another time,
But on terms of investment verses usage,
I've invested 45 euro and used it once,
I reckon you've used yours the same amount of times and invested over 300 euro,
Plus I store mine in tesco, which doesn't obstruct my day 2 day storage compartments ;)


If she breaks the new one give her a tin bath and a big stone, they should be harder to break and she will appreciate what she had, Im going to hide now before she sees this post now.  :ph34r:

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#17 Lenny

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Posted 22 September 2013 - 06:03 PM

If she breaks the new one give her a tin bath and a big stone, they should be harder to break and she will appreciate what she had, Im going to hide now before she sees this post now.  :ph34r:

My opinion exactly,
I even told her that I should have got with an ugly bird instead as she would try harder,
Because she would lack natural talent :lol:

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Posted 22 September 2013 - 06:14 PM

Lenny I bought mine about 3 months ago and in that time I reckon its been used about 20-25 times mate, I got a new puppy and if you ever had one know at 7 weeks old they don't go to the toilet and flush after themselves lol, mistakes happen and even as they get older get sick like kids and puke. I looked into hiring one but looked at the dog and thought No got to buy one. got it on special from Argos paid about £160 with cleaning fluid and its the best thing Ive bought, all my carpets get cleaned about every 3 weeks and with the dogs in and out all the time the water is as dirty every-time so doing its job, as you don't have carpets or a puppy its not worth you buying one though.  :P

 

But if you do get a puppy for the girls and fully carpet your house  :D



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Posted 22 September 2013 - 06:51 PM

Lenny I bought mine about 3 months ago and in that time I reckon its been used about 20-25 times mate, I got a new puppy and if you ever had one know at 7 weeks old they don't go to the toilet and flush after themselves lol, mistakes happen and even as they get older get sick like kids and puke. I looked into hiring one but looked at the dog and thought No got to buy one. got it on special from Argos paid about £160 with cleaning fluid and its the best thing Ive bought, all my carpets get cleaned about every 3 weeks and with the dogs in and out all the time the water is as dirty every-time so doing its job, as you don't have carpets or a puppy its not worth you buying one though.  :P
 
But if you do get a puppy for the girls and fully carpet your house  :D

I agree mate,
Its cool, I'm only having a laugh,
You would need one where there is pets.

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Posted 22 September 2013 - 06:57 PM

Only thought you were having a laugh mate, have you checked your status update yet  :P  :P



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Posted 22 September 2013 - 07:14 PM

Only thought you were having a laugh mate, have you checked your status update yet  :P  :P

More of a Merkin on your puppy mate, :lol:

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Posted 22 September 2013 - 08:23 PM

More of a Merkin on your puppy mate, :lol:

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PMSL Lenny your a star mate. :lol:  :lol:



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Posted 23 September 2013 - 06:34 AM

I used a Rug Doctor when I left my flat. Still had half a bottle of carpet cleaner left, so I used it on the car mats and carpet. Also did the seats - carpet cleaner worked fine. No anti-foam needed.

I know it says that you should use the right product for your needs...but I figured it was worth a shot lol

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Posted 23 September 2013 - 09:41 AM

I used a Rug Doctor when I left my flat. Still had half a bottle of carpet cleaner left, so I used it on the car mats and carpet. Also did the seats - carpet cleaner worked fine. No anti-foam needed.
I know it says that you should use the right product for your needs...but I figured it was worth a shot lol

Sounds good mate,
I tried the upholstery cleaner on the carpet and it wasn't foamy enough,
So it doesn't work using the upholstery cleaner on other things.
I did need to top up the anti-foam in the collection tank though.
Because the foam was blocking the induction filter at the top left side effecting the vacuum

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Posted 23 September 2013 - 07:33 PM

Eh lenny ...we have been in our house 7year only had one new washer in that time so shut your cake hole...and george I've been hand washing the past four days waiting for my man to fix it like proper men do....mite just put extra soap powder on lennys knickers and forget to rinse it off ...then see what itchy balls will say

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Posted 24 September 2013 - 05:26 PM

Females have washed cloths by hand for eons, some still do all over the world by choice, some cos that's all they got, I'm sure Lenny appreciates you toiling over is smalls and making them itch free Vicki, and in the process doing your bit to be more Eco friendly. I salute you :)  



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Posted 24 September 2013 - 05:33 PM

Females have washed cloths by hand for eons, some still do all over the world by choice, some cos that's all they got, I'm sure Lenny appreciates you toiling over is smalls and making them itch free Vicki, and in the process doing your bit to be more Eco friendly. I salute you :)  

Encore!! Encore!!
Think of the focus Vicki ;)

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 06:01 PM

Yeah me eco warrior ....lenny I'm going comando from now

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 06:16 PM

Yeah me eco warrior ....lenny I'm going comando from now


Wasn't much washing in what you usually wear anyways :lol:

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