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Old 30-11-2011, 07:57   #16
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Re: Cleaning Down Below

You guessed correctly, Nigel. Murphy's gets quite slippery when wet with rain or a little spray.

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i use the orange wipeez from costco and follow it with lemon oil onthe bulkheadfs and ceiling woods... overhead i clean with murpys or vinegar-- whatever will remove the remnants of using wrong lamp oil products.....

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Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
I use Murphy's Oil Soap. Does not hurt oiled or varnished wood and works great.
Amen! Follow up with a little Lemon Oil rub and polish which works well on either oiled or varnished woodwork and inhibits mold.

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