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would you still bin this?

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misdee Thu 25-Jan-07 20:52:21


LIZS Thu 25-Jan-07 20:57:42

wow looks impressive , what did you use.

misdee Thu 25-Jan-07 21:00:31

a little magic

Frenchsmallfry Thu 25-Jan-07 22:01:08

What a transformation, looks like new, I'm very impressed. Will be sending you any mouldy things in future.

SparklyGothKat Thu 25-Jan-07 23:12:02

Thats not the same buggy is it??

What did you use!!!!?????

SparklyGothKat Thu 25-Jan-07 23:12:03

Thats not the same buggy is it??

What did you use!!!!?????

misdee Thu 25-Jan-07 23:13:05

i told you, magic!

it is the same buggy lol. its mums one.

sallystrawberry Thu 25-Jan-07 23:20:18

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misdee Thu 25-Jan-07 23:21:29

i told you magic!!

i will not reveal my secrets. plus its probably isnt a good idea lol.

sallystrawberry Thu 25-Jan-07 23:22:06

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TeeCee Thu 25-Jan-07 23:22:50

I need to know how you did that, please.

wotzsaname Thu 25-Jan-07 23:23:15

have you retouched this for ebay. joking.

Califrau Thu 25-Jan-07 23:23:25

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misdee Thu 25-Jan-07 23:28:43

lol wots, nah this is for my mum, i just wanted to see if it could be done. she wanted to take it down the caravan.

right ok, this is not recommended to do.

you need a good thick bleach, and an old tooth brush, some gloves, an old cloth to protect surfaces, old clothes to wear and rubber gloves. work i na weel ventilated area.

remove the fabric from frame.

check for colour fastness.

Then literally pour bleach on, and scrub hard. rinse all the bleach off, and rinse again. then wash with soda crystals. leave to dry. its now outside airing, as it still has a hint of bleach smell. I am hoping it gets frosty tonight as that will clear any smells and lingering bleachy fumes apparently. you could also put it out in the rain.

Someone said about soaking it in milton to remove mould spores so that will also be done before it gets used, and will be aired well again.

wotzsaname Thu 25-Jan-07 23:31:49

wow, now i know what to do with DH mouldy old socks and pants.

misdee Thu 25-Jan-07 23:33:25

lol, i owuldnt bother rinsing those

you can also try bathroom mildew remover spray, or hydrogen peroxide.

tortoise Thu 25-Jan-07 23:36:12

Wow What a difference!

kittylette Thu 25-Jan-07 23:37:08

very impressive!!

SNOWBall4girlz Thu 25-Jan-07 23:53:28


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