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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

    Dealing with drip down

    Use it if you get jobs that are majority leaded. You will see it come into its own.
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  4. P4dstar

    My Christmas tip n present to all my fellow tradders

    Its like the launch of a new iPhone! A lot of hype followed by a massive disappointment 😂
  5. P4dstar

    Dealing with drip down

    I bought it originally for conservatory roof cleans. All of the bristles clump together. The pencil jets don't work when the bristles are clumped together, they shoot off to the side or the water just flops out the bottom. When I do first cleans I go round all the frames first and then the glass so it worked for first cleans for quite a while though.
  6. Master Jedi Alejandro

    Dealing with drip down

    It's funny, I find it amazing how the brushes seem to come down to personal preference. I prefer using my flocked ultimate for first cleans and then the sills for regular. Though I think having pencil jets on the flocked gives it a advantage for first cleans. Great for blasting out spider eggs and what have you. Shame you don't like the flocked sill brush as I was considering it for first cleans, coupled with pencil jets. What puts you off it?
  7. Helped install a webasto the other day. All went well and it ‘seemed’ to function check OK. Header tank reached 70 degrees then the webasto went in to slumber mode, heat exchanger was red hot and water coming through it was a steady 40 degrees out of the pressure release valve (fitted a return circuit back into the tank when the univalve is off). Job was a good un’ - so I thought. The report now is the heater is doing it’s warm up and the header tank as it should be, as soon as the the hose reel draws water through the system the webasto header tank loses temperature and is unable to keep up - ultimately the temperature at the brush is 22 degrees maximum. No obvious air locks in the hose reel side of the heat exchanger. Battery voltage good throughout (engine running with VSR/split relay) I’ve got a couple of ideas but want to get other opinions before I jump in with yet another expensive ‘experiment’ to what was meant to be a quick install to help someone out. Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app
  8. P4dstar

    Dealing with drip down

    I've got a stiff sill brush and a flocked one. The flocked one is 💩 but the stiff one is good. I'm only really using it for first cleans though. I've got an ultimate medium brush that I always come back to. On maintenance cleans it works great but I do like how the sill brush gets into the corners the first time round. I was always using an ultimate flocked brush for first cleans before.
  9. Master Jedi Alejandro

    Dealing with drip down

    Mate, can't believe you went round the house twice! Just trying to imagine how much more work your getting done now! 😂😝 Do you use a sill brush? Finding mine great. Quick flick as you finish and the sills are wiped!
  10. scottish cleaning service

    My Christmas tip n present to all my fellow tradders

    Send all your customers a Christmas Card and watch the tips fly in an old windy told me.
  11. Any danger you telling us 🙄
  12. I’d love an extreme but I’m too heavy handed with my slx so too scared to buy one 😂
  13. Pjj

    Veteran Webasto owners

    No manual ones that’s a project fir next year
  14. AGlassAct

    Veteran Webasto owners

    Do you run electric reels as well @ Pjj Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app Still need to have a chat about the erberspacher. I’m finding the Webasto’s very high maintenance (PITA) but have them coming out of my ears at the moment so need to crack this one!!!! Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app
  15. best thing i ever did was buy a extreme if handled gentle there fine no taping openers shut just push with the pole in a strate line mine is coming up 12 months and alls well so far as long as it last 12 months min im happy to just replace it im hoping to get 16/18 months out of it going buy how its wering so far
  16. Alex Gardiner

    Anyone tried Streamline Ova-8  poles??

    This is really interesting because even though the metal bands were good, we would usually say that an SLX pole would be more robust and wear resistant than the Xtreme poles. How old was the SLX pole? Looking at wear on carbon poles the majority of wear happens internally and the Series-2 Xtreme poles would notice this far more quickly than an SLX pole. However if the only wear you experience is from the clamps externally then the metal bands will not wear under the clamping points. Do you use an external pole hose or a grit-stop on the pole by any chance?
  17. my m8 had one fell to bits in no time clamps are aquad to use as well defo not my cupa t
  18. Alex Gardiner

    Anyone tried Streamline Ova-8  poles??

    Hi Vertigo This doesn't sound right - have you contacted our Customer Service Team yet? Please send me an email and I will look into this for you.
  19. james82

    Fabric softener...

    Hi just curious to how you've found using fabric softener on the windows? Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app
  20. Dave B

    first floor sills

    Extend the pole a little more then stand back and scrub the sill to get a better angle Rinse it and you will know it is clean when bits stop running off in the water Job done Then just a quick scrub on future cleans Never get complaints
  21. lol, yes the mad professor, 'what do they do with those contraptions and tubes etc?'
  22. This is what you look like to them....
  23. lol, people do give some funny looks, i had my water production set up out the front on the estate and this woman was looking at me like I was a madman or something.
  24. Jealous ain't ya Steve. I thought of you today. Some kn0b head had dropped a perfectly good topic on the floor in Sainsburys card park. Still in the packet but soaking wet and covered in mud... before you ask no, but I nearly did. I went to take a picture but some old woman started looking at me funny so I just pretended I was sending a text and got back in the van 😂
  25. kevinc250

    Veteran Webasto owners

    I had and still have a thermo pure stystem-must sell that by the way🙄,I had a few issues with it more so by me not charging the sole battery every night,it was a learning curve that cost me a few bob. yes "the fancy tackle" I have now is more based upon my experiences in the past and how to avoid them type of thing although i'm still not 100% sure i'm correct in the way i'm heating the water,my mind thinks immersion is the simplest option but with no "wriggle room" should you need that extra heat
  26. A Pane In The Glass

    My Christmas tip n present to all my fellow tradders

    No lol not at all Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app
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