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I've seen some old Bretonnian knights on that world wide garage sale known as e-bay. Porpblem is they look like they've been painted with a tooth brush!
Before I place a bid, Iwant to know where can I get Simple Green in the UK? And if I can't, what is it's UK equivalent?
It is sold in the UK, I would suggest using this website and clicking "Where to Buy". I believe there's an internet form and / or a number you can call, and they'll tell you the closest store to you. Best of luck!
ECS Simple Green UK - Environmentally Friendly Cleaning Products
There's going to be a host of posts on here about oven cleaners and brake fluids and such, but I highly suggest the Simple Green, as I know it won't melt your plastics or give you cancer, that sort of thing. You can use the guide in my signature if you want.
Tekore, I've seen your guide and it's really useful 8Y
I will most certainly be using it when I get my hands on some Simple Green
I tried looking for some SG but couldn't find any in the UK , so I've decided to find an alternative which in my mind is quicker than SG. It's called Revell Color Thinner.
I've left a scrap plastic model submurged in it overnight, then in the morning I scrubbed it with a medium toothbrush under running water, after about 5 minutes the models was like new! Sure the plastic gets softened by the stuff, but not warped even after scrubbing it. The stuff is a godsend when I can't get hold of SG
Dunno what it does with metal models, better try with another test piece...
Just thought that I'd throw that one out there for anything similar from someone else who'd used Revell Color Thinner.
Hope it helps, it did in my case
Disinfectant works for both plastic and metal in my experience.