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unblocking pipes


Terry Brown

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The next time your bathroom or kitchen sink gets blocked, don't go out and buy an expensive cleaner, just get a bucket of hot water (half full) and about 4 tablespoons of soda in it and put down the the plughole.Cleans and deoderises it in one go, and it costs a lot less money.

Terry

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iscanut2

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Blocked drains again !!!!

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john bunyan

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Terry Brown. This has an uncanny resemblence to this other post of yours, have you had another blockage?

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/2/consumerwatch/4122551/blocked-drains/

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morddwyd

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Perhaps he's got shares in Reckitt and Colman!

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Aitchbee

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...a soda stream !

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Forum Editor

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This thread is really a duplication of something you've already posted about in your earlier thread, so I'm going to close this.

Your earlier thread is linked to in John bunyan's post.

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