I’m hoping next week - been waiting over a week already.Ross when will 2.5 litres of Purge be available?
I’m hoping next week - been waiting over a week already.
If I haven’t said it already I really really love brexit
Done that with Cleanse and Citraclean too. Rubber mats ftw! The best was spilling Tarminator, that smell takes a while to evaporate, lol
It's ok, it arrived to my work ok, it was me transporting it home where it leaked. Don't worry about itbollocks @ace275 - really sorry about that man.
I'll get you another litre of it to make up the difference.
Can I just check was it transported to you ok by Express Parcels? did the spill happen whilst they were transporting it to you?
Great to hear she is ok. Don't know either what went wrong, not entirely clear from the description.
The stuff straight out of the bottle is highly concentrated. It's supposed to be used at something like 50:1. So of you spilled half a bottle of concentrated stuff in the boot or on the driveway and wasn't able to clean it up then that's not good for either yourself or animals.
It might have been dry on the driveway but if there was anything concentrated left still on the packaging or the bottle or in the boot or whatever and she somehow got at that then that would be no good. Or on your hands or clothes if you then handled her?
No idea if that's what happened.
Do you know how long this stuff is meant to be dangerous to animals until?
The bit that spilt in the box and on the boot mat on Monday I thought I had hosed up very well, but my cat walked over it 3 hours later when the driveway seemed to be bone dry again but somehow was poisoned by it. All her symptoms link to DDAC poisoning. Just back from the vets and it looks like she'll be ok, but I was under the impression it was safe once dry? Not sure what went wrong
Annoyingly, I bought this as an safer alternative to Hypochlorite
Sorry to be a downer in the thread, but worth letting others with pets know too that it's risky
Hello mate,The rubber boot liner was removed, thoroughly washed and hung up to dry, and everything that was in the box was washed. The box was burnt in the fire pit in the garden with no animals near then either, so completely unsure what went wrong. About 1 litre spilt and I hosed it down for what must have been 20 minutes until I seen no more soap suds or anything, but maybe it wasn't enough. I didn't handle her after either.
Just want to mention it's certainly not the fault of Big Pimp / A-Kem in any way certainly not putting any blame there whatsoever, I was nearly not going to post about it, but I'd feel better knowing others know to be careful with it too so this is more a PSA than anything. Maybe keep the pets in for the whole day as a precaution when using it, with supervised breaks for toilet use or something.
Every one I send out mate I include the COSHH risk assessment and advise as you say that at a minimum eye protection is worn along with suitable PPE, all of which is advisedDDAC is 'safer' to use than hypo in the sense that it doesn't need rinsed off and is less damaging to most materials than hypo would be, but at the end of the day its a powerful biocide designed to destroy organisms and isn't to be messed around with. It is very effective for various jobs, but I personally wouldn't be using it (at least with a sprayer) without a half mask and eye protection.
@Big Pimp @big_pete any recommendations for this?
Older neighbour has this and I’ve offered to sort it.
Well known dealer saying it’ll take £100’s to clean etc but it’s just moss/algae staining and I could save them money and do a good deed
Thinking citra-clean then rinse??
Any advice or thoughts welcome
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Sorry to hear this fella. You gave her back some good quality of life before she passed, so you can take solace in that. You also got far more than your initial week that you'd think you'd have with her. Gut wrenching losing a pet, but you'll be fine bud. Drop me a PM anytime, and I'll reply when I can.Unfortunately things took a sudden turn for the worst, and we said goodbye to her last night. Rushed her back to the emergency vet but she didn't make the journey
I done alot of reading into the levels too, and all I can think is perhaps some got behind the lids of the other items in the box and after I washed them off, it oozed back out afterwards, as I don't recall removing the lids, and she must have licked them afterwards
Again it's just an unfortunate series of events, and worth passing if any spillage happens, triple check everything. Obviously I'd missed something somewhere
That looks a class job! Deserves a beer at the very least!!As @Big Pimp said, I had very good success with CitraClean. Initially I was going to use one of the drill brushes but chickened out and just went with a leather shoe brush. I found success by working in small areas and going in straight lines. It did take a lot of water to completely rinse CitraClean completely off and then when dried I was able to find the places that needed going over again.
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Car came out really well afterward,
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