Cotswold used to be cheaper than B&Q, and I admit I found that odd.
I get mine in 2l bottles from Robert Dyas. Not sure of any agricultural suppliers in the centre of Reading (although there used to be a hay merchants at the turn of the C20th...)
If you get through a lot of it then go for a 5L container from Mica hardware stores for about £9
When you guys say meths from a chemist, is that just aregular high street chemist like Lloyds or Co-op etc?
My small town has a DIY shop in it about 2 minutes walk from me. It is basically an old guy in a rather messy and run down looking shop from the outside. Then you go in and it is an alladin's cave of stuff and mostly cheaper than B&Q or Homebase. I intend to look at meths prices there when I get a chance as I reckon it would be better than B&Q.
I tend to get mine from local stores in the area I'm walking in. For example £1.99 for a 500ml at a general store in Eskdale area once. Not cheap but it is supporting the local store in that area. Plus I don't tend to go through meths so much these days. Went back to gas for a while.
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