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Incheck

Thanks green pro nice little technique regarding correct squeegee angle to reduce lines i’ll be trying that one myself [emoji106]


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17 minutes ago, Incheck said:

Thanks green pro nice little technique regarding correct squeegee angle to reduce lines i’ll be trying that one myself emoji106.png


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You're welcome

 

 

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Cristian

Many thanks, my trad skills always need tweaking :1f61c:

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8 minutes ago, Cristian said:

Many thanks, my trad skills always need tweaking :1f61c:

Mine too m8

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Incheck

Tried it out today works a treat [emoji108] thanks again!


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Steve E

Good video. I've never seen that about the forward angle to reduce lines.

I started up again part time  last April. Lines have been doing my head in.(No complaints from customers though)

I will try this tommorrow. Sometimes it's good to revisit the basics.

Thank you

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Dave B

Great vid Darren

Basic tradding 101

Like you said slow and steady wins the race.. there is a big difference between a fast cleaner who then has to mop up loads of mistakes and a quick cleaner who is steady and methodical and saves time due to less detailing and fannying about 

The only recommendation i have is to soap the applicator and have just water in the bucket as the solution then doesn't move on the glass and run down etc which helps loads with lines and smears etc

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Incheck

Got me some of them microfibre scrims from wilcos, youre right, they’re proper. 3 times as large as the standard warehouse ones & half the size, bang tidy [emoji108]


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Dave B

I've been recommending the wilko ones for about 3 years now

Apart from 3 old extra thick ones i got from a local supplier who has since closed the best i have found is the wilko ones and I have tried loads

4 minutes ago, Incheck said:

Got me some of them microfibre scrims from wilcos, youre right, they’re proper. 3 times as large as the standard warehouse ones & half the size, bang tidy emoji108.png


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Incheck
Got me some of them microfibre scrims from wilcos, youre right, they’re proper. 3 times as large as the standard warehouse ones & half the size, bang tidy [emoji108]


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Half the price i meant lol [emoji23]


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14 minutes ago, Dave B said:

I've been recommending the wilko ones for about 3 years now

Apart from 3 old extra thick ones i got from a local supplier who has since closed the best i have found is the wilko ones and I have tried loads

 

 

Got them about 18 months ago on your recommendation alway use when doing insides. 

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jaswindersingh

Thank you, Green Pro for the amazing information about the window cleaning services

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