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DIY giudes - a very useful site
Sun 29-Nov-09
11:30 pm
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Our friend, Mike, has a really useful DIY site that has loads of tips for DIY activities.

Well worth checking out as an aid to cutting costs.

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Interesting idea for cleaning the shower door, but it's much easier to keep it clean, rather than have to buy something to clean it, surely!

We use a 'past-its-best' old flannel, and dry the door(s) (ours is a tri-fold), after turning off the shower.

I suppose though, sometimes an 'inherited' door will need cleaning.

Once clean, try my simple version!

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you never know how strong they are
until they're in hot water.
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Tue 12-Jan-10
6:23 am

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Windshield protection now that is a good idea. I have a squeedgee in my shower cubicle to clean off the water after showering and that helps but our water has a lot of dissolved iron deposits in it, even with a filter albeit a basic one, and so it doesn't take long for our shower area to go brown, so something to stop the water adhering in the first place would be good.

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