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Traditional Window Cleaning

Discuss anything relating to traditional window cleaning methods. Whether its a question about squeegees, scrims or anything else related to the traditional window cleaning business.



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  1. Marks from glass sucker left after clean

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  2. New start up help

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  3. How many houses

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  4. Renting rounds scotland

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  5. Building a Round From Scratch

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  6. How many buckets of water?

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  7. Few more questions (again lol) 1 2

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  8. Steel/bronze Wool

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  9. How would you clean this traditionally?

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  10. Every 2 months price

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  11. Fabric softener...

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  12. Stainless steel polish

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  13. Water spreading back on glass

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  14. Equipment Ireland

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  15. Gunslinger.

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  16. One to walk away from 1 2 3

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  17. Viper

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  18. Traditional Marks on Top of window

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  19. Best PVC cleaner

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  20. How long to trad a ...

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  21. How much would you charge? 1 2

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  22. Household ammonia and white wine vinegar

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  23. Marks on glass

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  24. Sörbo classic rubber (caoutchouc) Vs Sörbo silicone rubber

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