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Swarfega 1kg tub £2.99 @ Halfords

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
Browsing instore at Halfords today and saw that 1kg tubs were £2.99 and 200g tubs £2.49. Quick search online and can't find them any cheaper. Price available online and in-store. Don't forget Quidco's registered card cashback if purchasing in-store.
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#1
Seems a fair price.
#2
99p for 250g jar in Home Bargains today, so not too bad.
#3
The 1kg tubs are only £3 in asda too
#4
Someone told me this stuff is alcohol based and carcinogenic is that true?

We use the Comma Manista stuff at work
http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/products/products/234591/comma_manista_natural.html


Edited By: burstlikeabubble on Apr 27, 2011 19:13
#5
Great just what I need for my sweaty underpants! oO
#6
Good deal - heat added.
#7
just use sugar and washing up liquid, does same job and smells nicer
#8
what is this?
1 Like #9
hand wash..............
meshosa
what is this?
#10
@burstlikeabubble

No it doesn't contain alcohol and isn't a carcinogenic, who the hell told you that!!! lol :D

(I used to work for the company that made/invented it... and that's the first i've heard about it)
#11
B00mer15
just use sugar and washing up liquid, does same job and smells nicer


and will wreck your skin if you use for any length of time - get this instead, designed for the job and well worth it.
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100mongoose100
B00mer15
just use sugar and washing up liquid, does same job and smells nicer


and will wreck your skin if you use for any length of time - get this instead, designed for the job and well worth it.


mongoose is right, however you can use sugar with a liquid handwash, a lot better on your hands than washing up liquid ;) oh and tip.. if you have dirty hands from working on the car, whatever you do DONT wet your hands first or its nigh on impossible to get out. go straight on with the sugar n soap then rinse!!

Edited By: austinc on Apr 27, 2011 22:22
#13
B00mer15
just use sugar and washing up liquid, does same job and smells nicer


What i use :) feels wierd at first tho.. goes through me every time!
#14
whatever you do DONT wet your hands first or its nigh on impossible to get out. go straight on with the sugar n soap then rinse!!


Didnt know that.. Thanks for the tip ;) Hate working on my car, hands black as anything and youve always got grubby bits left over!
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Another tip - keep a bar of soap in the garage, scrape your nails across it before you begin work. Then, when you wash your hands the result is clean nails.
#16
burstlikeabubble
Someone told me this stuff is alcohol based and carcinogenic is that true?

We use the Comma Manista stuff at work
http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/products/products/234591/comma_manista_natural.html


total crap! Whoever told you that is probably trying to sue swarfega and just wants you to help spread the rumours! If it was in any way carcinogenic it would have been pulled off the shelves years ago.
#17
dvdvicar
Another tip - keep a bar of soap in the garage, scrape your nails across it before you begin work. Then, when you wash your hands the result is clean nails.


Or for a really out of you head idea..... Wear gloves.
#18
Shengis
dvdvicar
Another tip - keep a bar of soap in the garage, scrape your nails across it before you begin work. Then, when you wash your hands the result is clean nails.


Or for a really out of you head idea..... Wear gloves.



No sh!t Sherlock........................ I rather thought that was so obvious as to be given.
#19
dvdvicar
Shengis
dvdvicar
Another tip - keep a bar of soap in the garage, scrape your nails across it before you begin work. Then, when you wash your hands the result is clean nails.


Or for a really out of you head idea..... Wear gloves.



No sh!t Sherlock........................ I rather thought that was so obvious as to be given.


Noooo, not really. Why would you need grease removing hand cleaner if that were the case? Often the most obvious solution is the one that is overlooked :lol:

Btw, as far as oil/grease removal goes, cellulose thinners ftw.
#20
Shengis
dvdvicar
Shengis
dvdvicar
Another tip - keep a bar of soap in the garage, scrape your nails across it before you begin work. Then, when you wash your hands the result is clean nails.


Or for a really out of you head idea..... Wear gloves.



No sh!t Sherlock........................ I rather thought that was so obvious as to be given.


Noooo, not really. Why would you need grease removing hand cleaner if that were the case? Often the most obvious solution is the one that is overlooked :lol:

Btw, as far as oil/grease removal goes, cellulose thinners ftw.


Ummmmmm......... because the thread is about cleaning your hands!

I for one find gloves more of a hindrance than benefit lots of the time.

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