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Window Vacuum Cleaner Cordless - £19.99 LIDL (Silvercrest) - 3 Year Warranty

£19.99 @ LIDL
Lightweight Design with Suction Nozzle and Rubber Lip Powerful rechargeable battery for cleaning up to 20 windows on one charge Includes Spray Bottle with two microfibre wiping attachments 3 Year W… Read More
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3m, 21h agoFound 3 months, 21 hours ago
Lightweight Design with Suction Nozzle and Rubber Lip
Powerful rechargeable battery for cleaning up to 20 windows on one charge
Includes Spray Bottle with two microfibre wiping attachments
3 Year Warranty
Available from Lidl on April 27th

Direct link:
https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?articleId=2602&ar=12
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3m, 21h agoFound 3 months, 21 hours ago
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2 Likes #1
good find,3 yr warranty for £19.99, heat added :)
2 Likes #2
As good or better than the Karcher ones?
1 Like #3
Nice one
3 Likes #4
Great for drying the tiles after a shower, heat added
3 Likes #5
summerof76
Great for drying the tiles after a shower, heat added

What about the body?

I've had enough of the blow dry body dryer....

http://bodydryerinfo.homestead.com/Woman.jpg


Edited By: crazymonkey on Apr 20, 2017 23:05: punctuation
1 Like #6
Great find. heat added.

Edited By: Baz417 on Apr 20, 2017 21:49: incomplete
#7
repouk
As good or better than the Karcher ones?

anyone?
#8
crazymonkey
repouk
As good or better than the Karcher ones?
anyone?
I had both of these in the past.
#9
summerof76
Great for drying the tiles after a shower, heat added


Why on earth would you want to do that?
#10
milko
crazymonkey
repouk
As good or better than the Karcher ones?
anyone?
I had both of these in the past.
Thanks :D
2 Likes #11
cossy3
summerof76
Great for drying the tiles after a shower, heat added
Why on earth would you want to do that?
So it doesn't get to the stage where you have to keep cleaning the walls.. It takes less than 5 mins to dry the tiles so no more watermarks or limescale. Does that answer your question (_;)
1 Like #12
crazymonkey
repouk
As good or better than the Karcher ones?
anyone?

Can't speak for this one but the Karcher is a complete waste of money. You can do the job in a tenth of the time with a cheap squeegee. Because these are so heavy it takes significantly longer to do each surface. You get a much better finish done in a fraction of the time by getting a old towel, put below each window to soak the water.
1 Like #13
summerof76
cossy3
summerof76
Great for drying the tiles after a shower, heat added
Why on earth would you want to do that?
So it doesn't get to the stage where you have to keep cleaning the walls.. It takes less than 5 mins to dry the tiles so no more watermarks or limescale. Does that answer your question (_;)
You need a water softener!
#14
Newbold
summerof76
cossy3
summerof76
Great for drying the tiles after a shower, heat added
Why on earth would you want to do that?
So it doesn't get to the stage where you have to keep cleaning the walls.. It takes less than 5 mins to dry the tiles so no more watermarks or limescale. Does that answer your question (_;)
You need a water softener!
I've got a machine :3
#16
summerof76
cossy3
summerof76
Great for drying the tiles after a shower, heat added
Why on earth would you want to do that?
So it doesn't get to the stage where you have to keep cleaning the walls.. It takes less than 5 mins to dry the tiles so no more watermarks or limescale. Does that answer your question (_;)

Have you heard of bleach? Talk about OCD
#17
cossy3
summerof76
cossy3
summerof76
Great for drying the tiles after a shower, heat added
Why on earth would you want to do that?
So it doesn't get to the stage where you have to keep cleaning the walls.. It takes less than 5 mins to dry the tiles so no more watermarks or limescale. Does that answer your question (_;)
Have you heard of bleach? Talk about OCD
Talk about the lazy option.
Wiping down tiles doesn't take long, saves time later on, but I just use a squeegee.
Once a week the bathroom get a clean with the steam cleaner, never any need for chemicals.
#18
mcek
cossy3
summerof76
cossy3
summerof76
Great for drying the tiles after a shower, heat added
Why on earth would you want to do that?
So it doesn't get to the stage where you have to keep cleaning the walls.. It takes less than 5 mins to dry the tiles so no more watermarks or limescale. Does that answer your question (_;)
Have you heard of bleach? Talk about OCD
Talk about the lazy option.
Wiping down tiles doesn't take long, saves time later on, but I just use a squeegee.
Once a week the bathroom get a clean with the steam cleaner, never any need for chemicals.

There's a big difference between laziness and using common sense.

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