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Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by mark m, Jul 26, 2015.
Be interesting to see how well the new precision glide closes out with pole work mark?
And also how is the no detailing bit achieved? Don't quite understand it? You can adjust the rubber or something? Isn't that a bit of a faff?
nothing beats the wagtail on a pole as you know Jake ,on the first protype you had to adjust the rubber which was a pain but now you do not have to , on a pole for inside and regular cleans I think this is great to have in your tool box
You're right Mark nothing beats a wag on a pole for trad work
Yeah it's great on a pole but I sometimes found the slimline flipper would be hard to close out on certain windows as the microfibre gets in the way a lot,
So how has the no detailing bit been solved mark? Is it dog eared?
i will be buying 4 o them for sure - i can see it will have its place ,perhaps doing the insides of regular cleans in the cooler months
It is not dogeared Jake if you look o n the video it has got plastic ends on it very strange but it works
If you put the pad on the top instead it doesn't interfere with closing out
Agreed Jake. I use the wide body channels with the fin and clips because the pad stays further away from the blade. The glide uses Willie's new clips which replicate this. I've ordered some from Oz. Looking forward to playing as I think they will sort this problem.
Actually nothing beats a wag handle for any trad work..especially my "wagulator "