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fed up with wet seats??
Posted by recs (recs), 6 October 2003
Huh

Has anyone got any genuine tips on how to keep the water in your bucket whilst driving. I know it sounds daft and I do not drive like Schumaker but my car boot and now the seats are sopping wet.
Is there something everyone uses??
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 6 October 2003
Hi recs,
          When i am doing my domestic work i use a round bucket that fits in between the rungs of my ladder which saves it being in the van. Cool

Steve Lowe
Posted by jake (jake), 6 October 2003
recs mate

I've never had any trouble driving around with the bucket in the boot!! just leave the T bar in! ( using a proper oblong bucket ) and dont overfill!

                               jake  Cheesy
Posted by karlosdaze (karlosdaze), 6 October 2003
I use 25 litre to 8 litre plastic water containers. I don't save water between each clean.
Posted by g_griffin (g_griffin), 6 October 2003
you can get a bucket with a lid on. i use an oblong bucket without a lid and have no problems.  gerry
Posted by karlosdaze (karlosdaze), 6 October 2003
I also use the oblong, I have a plastic sheet with a hockey strap, but can also be folded over to keep the water in, never use it for that though. Its for keeping one of those car-tidy pouches around the rim, with my cards, pen, vat book, scraper etc in it.
Posted by samm (samm), 6 October 2003
I keep my bucket (when in the van) in a plastic storage tub, with plastic hinged lid - was under 10. I put t-bar in bucket, but it still spills out  (4 oclock onwards) the tub catches any.
Posted by Northern_Cleaning (Northern_Cleaning), 7 October 2003
use a window cleaning bucket and leave your applicator in the water

Posted by The_Fed_Man (The_Well_Fed_Man), 7 October 2003
Started using Bucket in a Bottle a few years back and haven't looked back.  No more bucket to drag along and bend over to, easy storage, mine goes over the seat back on my work belt.


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