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Not for me

“No tar...”

published 08/02/2017

AdvantagesNone

DisadvantagesHated it.

...I received a tube of Lip Tar and a cute mini lip brush from the recent Selfridges beauty box which is priced pretty high (£30) but you tend to get better branded products in it than the cheaper beauty boxes. Brand I had never heard of lip tar before or its makers Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics - OCC so was keen to see what the shade "Hollywood" would look like on me. Disappointment It has to...

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Excellent

“Tar Very Much”

published 08/11/2015

AdvantagesVery easy to use, great results, better than T-cutting

DisadvantagesDangerous as hell apparently

...in gazillions of spots of tar. This really ticks me off and every time I wash the car I can feel the bumpiness of nasty tar blobs. It had gotten to the stage that I was so annoyed, I felt I must do something about this, so I immediately had a cup of tea. And then following some delicious victoria sponge, I went off to my manly car cleaning box and fetched my Autoglym Intensive Tar Remover to be all...

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Not for me

AdvantagesIt exists for buyers who think paper HEPA filters rule, easy to fit.

DisadvantagesPoorly made, leaks dust, too expensive, grey import, not made by SEBO of Germany.

...In the world of those who own the venerable and classic SEBO X series of upright vacuums, the value for money plays the card well for this old German produced vacuum cleaner that is still produced today. Dust bags can last up to six months, you get 10 bags in a box that can last up to three years, whilst the filter on board known as the "microfilter" can last up to the same longevity as a box...

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