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MikeNW

Baked on egg?

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MikeNW

Am I fighting a losing battle? Got a customer who's upstairs window had an egg chucked at it a few weeks back. Had a quick go today but it's well and truly baked on.

 

Is there any way I can get it off without ladders? All suggestions gratefully received!

 

Have a feeling it needs a scraper! :-(

 

 

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The tattood one

2 mins.ladder off van...soak n scrape off n done...takes longer to read these posts of what to do than just do it lol

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Green Pro Clean Ltd
2 mins.ladder off van...soak n scrape off n done...takes longer to read these posts of what to do than just do it lol

 

Now I know you do Calverton it's gonna look like an omlette by the weekend!

 

:P jk :))

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The tattood one

Near calvo mate...enough cleaners in there.they welcome to it :)

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johnny bravo

get a pole scraper from gardiners and fit it under your brush and get a pack of 10 scourer pads from the pound shop, green, then just fit them to your scraper , i usually put a laggy band around them to secure. ideal for the future. you may have to have a few go s, just come back to it before you finish. keep wetting and scrubbing. i usually wet / scrub a couple of times, turn water off and give it a good scrub to loosen, then wash ans scrub off again.

If its been on glass weeks or months get up there with ladders and a blade scraper.

Life cant be too easy all the time. Shxxxxxt happens:windowcleaner::thumbs::thumbs::thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:[crazy][crazy][crazy][crazy][crazy][crazy]

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The tattood one

At least the kids today aint got brains to use rotten eggs bout in july.they nice n fresh

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