OP doesn't say if he gave the washer a quick look over to see where the fuel
was leaking from, could have been just a loose hose clamp. Or the aforementioned
perished fuel pipe. Fix yourself. Claim £50 recompense for clean up, inconvenience
and wasted fuel!
We've gone through quite a few petrol washers over the years (for our motocross) and they are all pretty crap (even Karcher, Honda etc) - they vibrate so hard that parts break off, parts perish etc. We use £30 electric ones out of Aldi now which we run off our Honda genny when we are at meetings - do a good job and actually get a fair bit of use out of them. Binned when they eventually break. Bob
My wife worked for lidl one week only and left,she was not allowed to go to the loo and the boss refused to get a stand in at ch/out for her,she also said a lot of stuff like chicken was well past use date and rebaged and turfed out on shelves for resale,in her eyes the co stank with bad practice.
Only dirty people wash
I know that Lidl's work their people hard, but then they pay better than anyone else in that game, but to say they re date the food, in store is a little libelous I think. In my days on the lorries I have spoken to a few of the guys delivering fruit and veg to all the supermarket depots and they have all said that Lidl's is by far the worst delivery because they are the only ones that check everything properly and will reject the load if it isn't up to scratch.
The quality of the veg in Lidl stores around here is better than any other supermarkets, and cheaper
I like LIDL and often shop there, but when it comes to fresh Veg, I only buy veg there if I am planning on using that day or the next at the most as it just doesn't seem to have a good shelf life (have to buy ahead as live miles from the nearest - or ANY - shop).
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