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Swarfega 250g tub 99p instore Home Bargains

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5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago
Nice price for a very good hand cleaner, Deb Swarfega's been around Donkey's years, and I've still to find a better hand cleaner to use after a hard days work, works as a pre-wash on clothes too for getting out oily stains your detergent can't
found this in shops in Blackpool and Barrow so should be in most shops
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#1
Nice. This is usually well over a fiver in B&Q etc.
#2
Good price. It is about £5.50 a kilo in screwfix, which is a better alternative to expensive B&Q if you don't have Home Bargains near you.

Edited By: winstonmanc on Jun 07, 2011 13:37
#3
Is this that green, slimy stuff.........?
1 Like #4
agaveworm
Is this that green, slimy stuff.........?


Yep.
2 Likes #5
yeahh, a real mans drink.
#6
sorry cold from me 'cos halfords currently sell this at £2.99 for 1kg tub, good if u need only 250g of it for light use...but if u want more, halfords is a real bargain for the time being.
1 Like #7
Hubby swears by butter and sugar for cleaning oil from his hands lol, although we do have tubs of this in the bathroom!
#8
honeyb35
Hubby swears by butter and sugar for cleaning oil from his hands lol, although we do have tubs of this in the bathroom!

an alternative it to use fairy liquid on dirty dry hands, then rub it in but dont add water!!!! continue and add a bit more liquid and use some washing powder massage in agan and all small drops of water then wash and it should come out no problem
#9
washing powder is the best thing for oily hands
#10
Good price though I do prefer the stuff that has the beads in it (pumice is it)?
1 Like #11
honeyb35
Hubby swears by butter and sugar for cleaning oil from his hands lol, although we do have tubs of this in the bathroom!

Hmm yes Oily hands,Butter and sugar..............he's a closet cake maker maam.........;)
#12
Excellent alternative to KY Jelly ..... unless this has the grit in it oO
banned#13
Swarfega is good but it isn't the best. I use Loctite Fast Orange (seems it is called Loctite 7850 now as the Fast Orange brand belongs to someone else). It smells nice and has pumice grit which makes it work much better than any others we've tried (family of farmers, truck drivers & motorcyclists).
http://www.cromwell.co.uk/static/products/g/jeeps/725/loc7255985s%25265986t_grp.eps_large.jpg
#14
When we done some work at the Rover factory in Cowley (now BMW Mini plant) they had Borax powder to clean your hands and boy did it shift the oil and grease from your hands, best hand cleaner I've ever used.
Heat added btw.
#15
Hondo
honeyb35
Hubby swears by butter and sugar for cleaning oil from his hands lol, although we do have tubs of this in the bathroom!


Hmm yes Oily hands,Butter and sugar..............he's a closet cake maker maam.........;)


LOL! Irritating as heck when I go to the cupboard and the containers are empty :\
banned 1 Like #16
wessie
Swarfega is good but it isn't the best. I use Loctite Fast Orange (seems it is called Loctite 7850 now as the Fast Orange brand belongs to someone else). It smells nice and has pumice grit which makes it work much better than any others we've tried (family of farmers, truck drivers & motorcyclists).
http://www.cromwell.co.uk/static/products/g/jeeps/725/loc7255985s%25265986t_grp.eps_large.jpg


I'd be worried my hands would stick together with Loctite ! oO

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