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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. Pole work question

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  2. Recommended 7+ metre high ladder?

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  3. Public Liability Insurance

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  4. buying a round?

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  5. Traditional Supplies Bournemouth

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  6. Applicator Storage.

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  7. Autoglym intensive tar remover

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  8. Pricing help please

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  9. Trad belt and pouches

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  10. Ettore contour pro plus

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  11. Qs for using ubik for 1st cleaned

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  12. Starting new business

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  13. Dry film left after cleaning glass

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  14. Moerman rubber (soft) broke.

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  15. Any suggestions for decent boots?

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  16. Cracks on window

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  17. Under or Over Scrubbing Pad??

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  18. Commercial pricing question.

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  19. Wonder if this device would be useful

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  20. Suds and the washing machine....

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  21. Facelift redrazer

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  22. After the snow dirty windows

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  23. Liquidated that's my liquidators

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