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Old 12-14-2001, 00:18   #1 (permalink)
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Good weed killer found by accident!!

Yea a good weed killer I found is radiator coolant. I had weeds growing through my driveway expantion joints/pavers, I used to use once a year path weeder.But no way is it as good as old coolant from a car that I changed rad on driveway 18 month's back!!
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As I found out It is also a good grass killer.
Next time I wont flush out my radiator on my parents lawn :hrm:
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As I found out It is also a good grass killer.
Next time I wont flush out my radiator on my parents lawn :hrm:
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Old 12-14-2001, 12:31   #4 (permalink)
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As I found out It is also a good grass killer.
Next time I wont flush out my radiator on my parents lawn :hrm:


Didn't form the word FORD by chance???? LOL

Have seen a person use brake fluid on someones lawn to write a particular 4 letter word,very effective,not nice to have it done to you.(no,it wasn't me.) hehehe
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Ahh thats sort of how I found out too, my young bloke drained the rad on his car.In his case not Ford but Toyota 4/a.g.e Corola ,head gasget.. Was he popula
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I did the same about a year ago and the grass still won't grow there; any ideas how to rehabilitate that bit of lawn or is it time for brick paving. We could turn this forum into "Home and Garden" yet. :s6:
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I did the same about a year ago and the grass still won't grow there; any ideas how to rehabilitate that bit of lawn or is it time for brick paving. We could turn this forum into "Home and Garden" yet. :s6:
Hmmmm sounds like Radiator Fluid is baaaad mkaaay.

Aussieblue, if the grass hasn't rejuvinated in a year me thinks it's time to concrete. :crazy1: :crazy1:
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