"Just moved into our new house and the upvc windows and conservatory look like they haven't been cleaned in over 10 years. This spray handles the light stuff with ease on its own, leaving the upvc nice and shiny!
For the heavy duty staining, sprayed all with Flash solution, then steam cleaned. however this still left some baked on grime that wouldn't move. Sprayed with No Nonsense and left for 10 mins, wiped down with dry cloth. Almost perfect, think the next clean will finish the job.
"Purchased this product based on other reviews, and I must say I am impressed with it. Will not get the realy stubern stains out, but that is my fault for leaving it so long to clean my upvc. Overall very good value for money and I found that it is much better to transfer some of the contents to an old/empty smaller spray bottle for working higher up. Spray on, clean , buff up, easy!!"
"suggested to me by double glazing fitter that I use it to clean the PVC upholstery on my classic car, which I did and it cleaned using a toothbrush to get into the leathercloth grain, and the stubborn grime now gone ,colour and shine renewed."
"I have tried many different cleaners from cheap ones to expensive ones. This cleaner is excellent takes off all types of marks including sellotape marks. It also gives the upvc a shine. Spray cleaner on rub it in leave it to dry and then use a cloth to buff its so easy."
"For really good results sponge wash really greasy black areas first, wipe down with cloth to dry. Then apply by spraying polish directly on then with slightly rough wiping cloth being liberal according to area size, and wipe clean with micro fibre cloth with exception of black or brown PVC which could be sun bleached anyway most newish windows doors or gutters in white should come up like new, for really soiled plastic use a more abrasive cream cleaner for PVC for a deeper clean. But very good as a whole."
"I was looking for the solvent uPVC cleaner which I can't find and tried this, ok if the uPVC is new but if its old and covered in grime forget it better off using Flash. Also the spray head was poor, more of the product ran down my arm than sprayed on the the uPVC"