No Nonsense Heavy Duty Degreaser

Ian_Rob

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Just wondered if anybody has tried Screwfix No Nonsense Heavy Duty Degreaser for cleaning their (Harken) winches?
 

Gwylan

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The heavy duty 5litre can stuff?
I have used it for other jobs with great satisfaction - going to try it on winches now.
Or is there something I should be careful about?

Very strong and does need serious dilution, maybe even follow the instructions.
 

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Just wondered if anybody has tried Screwfix No Nonsense Heavy Duty Degreaser for cleaning their (Harken) winches?

I've not used it for cleaning winches, but it is a fantastic cleaner to have on board.
My engines, my faux teak decks, vinyl, greasy exhaust deposits, the tender, the barbecue, non skid decks have all benefited so far. Great stuff!
 

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I use it neat! On Vinyl and GRP i wet it first. spray the neat stuff and brush it around before hosing off. "teak" gets it neat on a pan scourer. Etc.......
 

savageseadog

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Very effective stuff. Just used it to clean up a major oil spill. It was tried on the decks too and it seems to be a very effective deck cleaner too.
 

Ian_Rob

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So what is in it? The Safety Data Sheet on the Screwfix website implies it's just a detergent, non hazardous to the environment. Might be a good fender cleaner?
 
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