John it already is, I moved house last Novemeber and have spent most of my weekends doing all those little DIY jobs. I think the cars have been washed 4 times since the end of November.Paul, you will have to change you username in a few months then...to GTI Jazz Mucky or something....
THink yourself lucky mate.. we have had a hosepipe and sprinkler ban since last summer and it's never been lifted. I prefer to use buckets anyway. They should definitely ban the sale of sprinklers though, terribly wasteful on water. If people just used a few watering cans and watered in the late evening they could cut down on wasteage so much, but as usual people can't be bothered !Comes into effect in Thames Water region on 3rd April [:'(]
Any tips on getting the grime off in a drought???? or is it just buy more buckets time???
Quite agree with you about the desalination plants paul.. surely this could contribute quite a bit to the water problems.Which is why we need a National Grid for water, pipe the water down from up North. That or de-salination plants on the South Coast to produce water.
This is it, surely it should be a hosepipe ban from the mains, you should be able to use a hose pipe to transport grey water.bugger it use ya hosepipe lo doubt ull b caught by whoever deals with it lol
Can't you drain it into the back garden ? Our plumber did that when he put in, our new boiler on saturday. Just drained it into the drain outside via the hosepipe. can't believe how hot our water is now.. with a brand new boiler.. it's brill This is it, surely it should be a hosepipe ban from the mains, you should be able to use a hose pipe to transport grey water.bugger it use ya hosepipe lo doubt ull b caught by whoever deals with it lol
I will need to drain my central heating this summer to sort out few weaping rad valves and flush it, now I will need to use a hose pipe to do that. So I do hope a nosey neighbour doesn't report me to the hosepipe police