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paula's beauty

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I wash my spray tan tent with a hosepipe in the garden....now there's a hosepipe ban! Who do you clean yours?
 

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You could fill your cup up with warm water and spray it through your gun in your tent and wipe it all down with a towel, this is what I do in between deep cleaning my tent xx
 

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You could fill your cup up with warm water and spray it through your gun in your tent and wipe it all down with a towel, this is what I do in between deep cleaning my tent xx
Fantastic idea!
 

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I do mine in my bath now only as my Neighbour was very quick to point out to me I could no longer do it in the garden!!

It's tricky and make sure you cover floor but I've done it twice now using shower head x
 

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how they going to know if your using it?

Hosepipe police? lol it's not like it takes long to clean your tent. I know what I'd do x
 

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how they going to know if your using it?

Hosepipe police? lol it's not like it takes long to clean your tent. I know what I'd do x
The hosepipe police hahaha.

Well I was mine before the ban was placed. However my boyfriend really doesn't care, he even went out and brought a jet cleaner to wash his car, we pay for out water so m going to use my water!

However I hate breaking rules so i washed it before hand, I'm also going to use my gun to clean it.
I heard that business can still use there hosepipe. So maybe check that out.

If not take it to the car wash thingy lol x
 

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If you know anyone with a blue disabled badge... Take it to their house! They are still allowed to use hoses!!!!
 

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If you know anyone with a blue disabled badge... Take it to their house! They are still allowed to use hoses!!!!
Are you joking? That makes me so angry!!
 

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Yep, totally serious!!!! "APPARENTLY" it's because they can't lift watering cans!
Oh my god. I have 3 disabled people in my family and one is in a wheelchair so I feel like I am within my rights to have this opinion.....that is a joke! I'm literally speechless!! It makes no sense! Who make these rules up?!! Lol thanks for sharing that!!
 

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Oh my god. I have 3 disabled people in my family and one is in a wheelchair so I feel like I am within my rights to have this opinion.....that is a joke! I'm literally speechless!! It makes no sense! Who make these rules up?!! Lol thanks for sharing that!!
Yeah I know. My grandad is disabled too and I said to him that it was a joke! However, I did tell him I may be a hypocrite and pop round and use it to clean my tent! Haha!!! X
 

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Apparently if you are a registered business then you are exempt from the ban as well! But I would just double double check with the water company xx
 

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