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Granger's clean & repel down washing kit £6 (Prime) / £10.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Granger's clean & repel down washing kit £6 (Prime) / £10.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 15th Apr

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There was a similar offer posted for the down cleaning kit last week, and I thought I'd ordered the clean and repel for a bit more. Upon opening it I've made a boob and ordered the wrong thing. On checking this morning the 2 in 1 is now cheaper than just the cleaner.

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Packed with everything required to keep your outdoor gear fresh, the Grangers Down Care Kit is specially formulated to clean all natural and synthetic down without affecting its performance. The kit includes a 2-in-1 down wash specially formulated to keep odours at bay and reusable dryer balls to ensure that down articles restore their loft.An all-in-one clothing care kit from GrangersSuitable for use on all natural and synthetic downRemoves dirt and odoursKit includes 1 x 2-in-1 Down wash + Repel and 3 x reusable dryer balls
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What does it repel?
mazcymru15/04/2020 10:41

People who ask ridonculous questions!


Is that a ridiculous dinosaur?
Those balls look like Coronavirus. I would not want those in the wash.
Waldolf15/04/2020 11:23

Those balls look like Coronavirus. I would not want those in the wash. …Those balls look like Coronavirus. I would not want those in the wash.


Wise up
The same deal has already been posted actually:
hotukdeals.com/dea…841

Cheers though

I'm a Nikwax fanboy but this is a good price, so got this and the cleaning kit too.
DannyCouzens15/04/2020 10:48

Is that a ridiculous dinosaur?


Pass me the needle & thread as my sides are splitting! #eyeroll
Started using these in the shower and oh boy, I’ve never felt cleaner.
mazcymru15/04/2020 22:55

Pass me the needle & thread as my sides are splitting! #eyeroll


Throw your sense of humour back in before you sew yourself up!
DannyCouzens16/04/2020 18:57

Throw your sense of humour back in before you sew yourself up!


Oooooh I do love it when I hit a nerve perhaps one should practice what one preaches eh?! Also I have a brilliant sense of humour thanks but I didn’t find your comment remotely funny, actually our 6 year old could do better!
mazcymru16/04/2020 22:11

Oooooh I do love it when I hit a nerve perhaps one should …Oooooh I do love it when I hit a nerve perhaps one should practice what one preaches eh?! Also I have a brilliant sense of humour thanks but I didn’t find your comment remotely funny, actually our 6 year old could do better!


Why do people think a reply hits a nerve? I could let it bug me all day by staying silent I chose to speak then get on with my day/night.
DannyCouzens16/04/2020 22:15

Why do people think a reply hits a nerve? I could let it bug me all day by …Why do people think a reply hits a nerve? I could let it bug me all day by staying silent I chose to speak then get on with my day/night.


I can’t speak for the general population, however surely it’s self explanatory in this instance predominantly due to the wording of your response which is why, in my opinion, proved that I hit a nerve! Also forgive my being pedantic however the very fact you admit that you could have let it bug you all day by staying silent is further proof that my findings were correct!
mazcymru17/04/2020 02:52

I can’t speak for the general population, however surely it’s self exp …I can’t speak for the general population, however surely it’s self explanatory in this instance predominantly due to the wording of your response which is why, in my opinion, proved that I hit a nerve! Also forgive my being pedantic however the very fact you admit that you could have let it bug you all day by staying silent is further proof that my findings were correct!


Oh with that level of intelligence it seems ironic it was a spelling mistake on you're behalf that led to me hitting a nerve..
DannyCouzens17/04/2020 06:47

Oh with that level of intelligence it seems ironic it was a spelling …Oh with that level of intelligence it seems ironic it was a spelling mistake on you're behalf that led to me hitting a nerve..


It appears you weren’t able to get on with your day/night then?! Thanks for the intelligent quote.....I do try my best and I’m chuffed to say that I’ve got a few questions right on University Challenge, yay me! Spelling mistake you say?? Hmmmmm I’m unaware of any, would you like to clarify, go on you know you want to!!
@DannyCouzens Forgot to add that it’s your & not you’re.....the irony!! Also as you’ve not responded, I’m assuming you meant the spelling of ‘ridonculous’ of which I meant to use? Definition of said word - “To transcend the ridiculous, a cross between the words 'ridiculous' and 'donkey' To denote something that is so ridiculous it's on the level of a jackass or the asinine” May I politely suggest you try googling next time before making accusations! Have a nice day!
Edited by: "mazcymru" 18th Apr
mazcymru17/04/2020 15:54

It appears you weren’t able to get on with your day/night then?! Thanks f …It appears you weren’t able to get on with your day/night then?! Thanks for the intelligent quote.....I do try my best and I’m chuffed to say that I’ve got a few questions right on University Challenge, yay me! Spelling mistake you say?? Hmmmmm I’m unaware of any, would you like to clarify, go on you know you want to!!@DannyCouzens Forgot to add that it’s your & not you’re.....the irony!! Also as you’ve not responded, I’m assuming you meant the spelling of ‘ridonculous’ of which I meant to use? Definition of said word - “To transcend the ridiculous, a cross between the words 'ridiculous' and 'donkey' To denote something that is so ridiculous it's on the level of a jackass or the asinine” May I politely suggest you try googling next time before making accusations! Have a nice day!


My apologies for hitting a nerve....
DannyCouzens18/04/2020 10:31

My apologies for hitting a nerve....


Ah very clever albeit lazy by using my terminology instead of finding your own speaks volumes regarding your character! On perusing other posts/comments you’ve made on hotukdeals this isn’t a one off! Sorry to disappoint, however I can categorically assure you that no nerve has been hit however it appears that being criticised and shown the errors you’ve so blatantly made has ‘narked’ you which in a somewhat twisted way has made my day.....thanks! Toodles!
mazcymru18/04/2020 11:48

Ah very clever albeit lazy by using my terminology instead of finding …Ah very clever albeit lazy by using my terminology instead of finding your own speaks volumes regarding your character! On perusing other posts/comments you’ve made on hotukdeals this isn’t a one off! Sorry to disappoint, however I can categorically assure you that no nerve has been hit however it appears that being criticised and shown the errors you’ve so blatantly made has ‘narked’ you which in a somewhat twisted way has made my day.....thanks! Toodles!


Some of don't have to time to think of our own things to say we leave that to the jobless house bounds and steal it to give us more time for work etc...
DannyCouzens18/04/2020 11:59

Some of don't have to time to think of our own things to say we leave that …Some of don't have to time to think of our own things to say we leave that to the jobless house bounds and steal it to give us more time for work etc...


In the words of Socrates ““When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.”
Regarding your claim.....considering the effects of Covid19 I should imagine that the ‘jobless housebound’ (by the way there’s no ‘s’) covers half if not more of the population presently residing in the U.K. One obviously doesn’t put ones’ brain in gear before engaging mouth, or in this particular case typing ones vitriol!! Also ‘some of don’t??’ you’re just giving me ammunition to fire back at you!
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