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A weekly wash with soapy water will help as well Danny :wink:

 

I would be very careful using "soapy water" on your finishers. even if you isolate your finisher beforehand, as water can get into electrics and short out, and result in a fatal electric shock when switched back on.

 

Most folk would act responsably, but theres always someone who would read

A weekly wash with soapy water will help as well Danny :wink:
and think they can chuck water all over the thing, like they're cleaning there car on a sunday morning !!!!!!!!

So I would be very careful when advising keith. more precautionary advice is needed.

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I was allowing for a dose of good old common sense :wink:

 

Using abrasive cleaners and polishes will do nothing for the paint and would in fact make it more difficult to clean overtime as the surface becomes 'flatter' and gives the grime a better 'key' A mild detergent won't hurt it :wink:

 

Would 'a little fairy liquid on a damp cloth suffice' ?

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I was allowing for a dose of good old common sense :wink:

 

Using abrasive cleaners and polishes will do nothing for the paint and would in fact make it more difficult to clean overtime as the surface becomes 'flatter' and gives the grime a better 'key' A mild detergent won't hurt it :wink:

 

Would 'a little fairy liquid on a damp cloth suffice' ?

 

I use soapy water, but with caution. thats what I'm saying....

 

a little fairy liquid on a damp cloth is NOT soapy water [-X [-X

 

But you are right soapy water is the best thing to remove water based edging inks without damage to the machines paint.

 

I was only concerned that the doughnut brigade would take your advice as it was worded. :D :D Speaking on behalf of Standard Engineering you should have worded your post with a little more care, as Health and safety would have a field day.

230 volts can be very unforgiving.

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Common sense should apply :)

 

Not in the eyes of health and safety, it should be made clear, especially on such a potentially dangerious practice. You of all people should know this. Surley you can see the Danger in what you are implying.

 

It is one of the most dangerious things you can do in our workplace, mix water with an electrical appliance without implying extreme caution!!!!!!!!

 

carry on...

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Common sense should apply :)

 

Not in the eyes of health and safety, it should be made clear, especially on such a potentially dangerious practice. You of all people should know this. Surley you can see the Danger in what you are implying.

 

It is one of the most dangerious things you can do in our workplace, mix water with an electrical appliance without implying extreme caution!!!!!!!!

 

carry on...

And a little common sense :D

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