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chris70

TAP WATER THROUGH WFP HOSE

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chris70

want to start using normal tap water through my hose for fascias etc to save on pure water but worried when i clean windows after it will affect results anyone els use theirs 

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Stallion

Been doing 1st cleans with tap water not had any problems
Just make sure if doing glass you rinse well with pure water


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CM Cleaning Services

I run normal water through hose reel for all my GFS , Conny jobs once I switch back to pure I just let it run through for few minutes to clear the hose , I also carry TDs in van so a quick on job check and I'm good [emoji106]

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chris70

Cheers for reply's guys didn't really want to buy another hose just for that i will make sure i rinse through well after 

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Stevieboy

I just use 1/2 garden hose for FSG. Just connect to outside tap one end reçus 21 female adaptor on the other. Don’t do any flushing or messing about with the hose reel in the van. That’s just asking for leaks. 

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THL4KEL

Just use your normal hose of the mains water and when you flush it through clean a door or a frosted glass window first, then you will have cleared it out. Thats whats I do.

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