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  2. best

    Powerup 3d slipping

    That is excellent service
  3. Master Jedi Alejandro

    Powerup 3d slipping

    Aye I sent it back in the box new one came in. They arranged collection for it
  4. best

    Powerup 3d slipping

    Did you send the old one back
  5. There customer service is excellent unlike some other companies
  6. Master Jedi Alejandro

    Powerup 3d slipping

    Nah, they sent a entire new reel!
  7. best

    Powerup 3d slipping

    Is it easy to change? Did the old belt look worn?
  8. Master Jedi Alejandro

    Powerup 3d slipping

    Mine started to slip and they sent out a new one next day delivery, so defo get in touch
  9. Today
  10. best

    Powerup 3d slipping

    Yes, I've adjusted it correctly.
  11. Tis either an old Cornish word for a booster pump or a keyboard speed wobble I reckon.
  12. Not being rude but have you adjusted it the right way ?? Tighter not looser ??? Give Jordan or Emma a ring they are very helpful, we are king term testing there 3 d reels and haven’t experienced this at all and trust me they get some serious abuse and use , although I have adjusted a couple of them we have 6 in total and no issues at all apart from the red controllers breaking but been replaced with the yellow ones now they are fine .
  13. Excellent. I’ll stick with the stuff in the shed then, I just need a 600l ibc as I can’t get a 1000 through the door
  14. Having problems with the tension on my power up 3d. The tension bolt is at its maximum setting and its still slips. I've texted waterworks and no response. Can anyone help? Anyone had a similar issue?
  15. JakdeDiamond

    Introduction and progression

    Bloody awesome mate, well done on quitting your job. I've not got too many more custy and I feel like I have 'Buy everything in sight' itus! Keep plodding along and keep us updated!
  16. Lol no Idear what happened there
  17. Part Timer

    Can’t stop pre filter leaking

    You only need a van mount if you intend to travel for work and need to produce pure on the go. With Spotless Water, other pure water suppliers available, opening up the "need" for this is diminishing.
  18. I've always wanted a biistervpuml but never knew where to find one.
  19. Pjj

    Introduction and progression

    Welcome , to be honest the only way to do that roof properly is it get on the roof, with wfp you could probably do a bit from each end but trad wouldn’t be easy . Unless you scrubb it with an applicator and rinse with the garden hose depending on tap TDS and just let it dry naturally.
  20. Great information in these replies. Thanks all. Gives me loads to look into. im still toying with van mounted vs a static system in the shed and just using a transfer pump.
  21. Mine is a twin ros it’s filmtech and about 7-8 years old and produces a minimum of 1000 ltr of pure 5 days a week sometimes 2-3000 ltr per day and my TDS is around 80-90 last time I checked it and Ime getting a reading of 002 out the membranes I have a 20 ltr di vessel and change the resin ones a year and usually it’s just starting to read 003 , we do some work in Bristol and other parts of the country ware the TDS IS 380-400+ And still get this lifespan out of it ??? Ime assuming that's quite good @spruce??? We di have an 800 ltr per hour booster pump and since having that found the resin does last longer and reading out of the ros is lower .
  22. ched999uk

    Introduction and progression

    Did custy specifically ask about the roof? Normally roof is a 'special' job done maybe once a year at a good price!!! I have a few that have conservatories and generally only do side windows each clean. You could possible clean the glass at the rear with applicator and squeegee on a pole but getting the upvc clean might be tricky. Easiest way is wfp but that's not easy when you haven't got the kit. Don't be afraid to say you can't do the roof at the moment. Alternatively say you will have trouble doing the glass on the roof side but you will do your best. Under promise and over deliver Well done on custys. I have similar number after 5 weeks of leaflet dropping. Stopped dropping leaflets about 3 weeks ago when covid numbers went loopy. Hope to restart in next few weeks. I have found that if you can speak to people they are much more likely to agree to a clean as they get a sense of who you are. Picked up 3 jobs in 1 street as elderly lady was out in garden when I was dropping leaflets and I just asked if she had a regular window cleaner? She didn't, so quoted, she accepted and passed me on to 2 more of her neighbours who all agreed. Good luck and stay safe.
  23. Apw1210

    Introduction and progression

    With the apex against the roof I'd personally use a safe set of ladder, Use a swivel 18" unger applicator and swivel squeegee and pull towards you horizontally on an angle which should make it an easy clean, detail the edges with a scrim on a pole
  24. ChrisBlack84

    Introduction and progression

    been a while. I've quit my full time job and started to focus on the window cleaning. I've got 32 customers without doing a leaflet drop or any canvassing, found the app nextdoor really job as people love a local small business. I'm enjoying being out on my own books are ok to manage at the moment, will look at using an electronic system in the near future. customers are ranging from £8 - £90 per clean averaging £18 per clean. I've been asked to quote on a bungalow which has a conservatory, the roof has an apex and i have no idea how i would get behind to clean (pics below) customer wouldn't want me standing on the roof. (also i'm still purely trad) an ideas would be very welcome. Chris
  25. Part Timer

    Xline sill brush

    Just use a swivel, a lot less faffing about
  26. steve garwood

    Xline sill brush

    How would it save time, when you are adjusting your bristles, whereas this is not needed when using a sill brush?
  27. thanks spuce and best for your responce. i use 36-48 L a week 6-8L a day what di resin and what unit would i need to put it in . as at present i buy my water from another source and would prefer to make my own
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