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Old 20-01-13, 08:19 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by 75BREDHILL View Post
a guinea pig would probably clean a takn well or a hamptser,gerbil.
As long as you remember to take it out or you will be looking for that annoyong squeak on the first run...

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Old 13-02-13, 07:08 PM   #32
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Few more cleans and this is what I was left with!

Now have a nice clean tank.

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Old 13-02-13, 07:43 PM   #33
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reminds me to get the crap out of the se1's boiler
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Old 13-02-13, 07:52 PM   #34
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Looks a bit like the lasagne they made in the canteen where i used to work EDIT:-No horse shoes in there was there??
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Old 31-10-13, 11:04 PM   #35
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I have used (Por15) in all my 12 tanks excellent product. Terry
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Old 04-05-14, 06:23 PM   #36
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Default Flushing a petrol tank

I have used cider vinegar, leave it for 24 hours & then thrown in a few nuts and shake well for 10 minutes, empty & wash out with water & then leave to dry or use an air hose.
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