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Pegasus

Old Falling Apart, Dirty Window Frames...

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Pegasus

I have several old windows with 4 large frames fitted in them. How would you deal with the streaks that are bound to occur with the dirt seeping down on to the bottom 2 frames? I could simply not touch the top frame to avoid it happening to the top 2.

 

Thinking about it I reckon the answer will be do the top 2 then the bottom 2 later as mentioned in a recent thread.

 

But what do you do with falling apart putty/wood frames?

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Guest OoO

What you have said is right. Do too two let them drain off. Then bottom two.

 

Ideally you need a soft brush. Gardiner extreme soft will be ideal. If the frames are really really bad then you could be asking for trouble.

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spruce

You have to be prepared to walk away from some jobs. Even a job like this wouldn't attract a trad cleaner.

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M.K Cleaners.co.uk

 

You have to be prepared to walk away from some jobs. Even a job like this wouldn't attract a trad cleaner.

 

Price it accordingly... You will never have a bad job! :)

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Smurf

I don't take on what I call hassle jobs like rotten and /or paint peeling frames like that as using wfp on windows like that I think is only asking for trouble.

There is plenty of what I call hassle free work out there so myself I would be picky with what work I take on .... Simples

 

I'm sure someone mentioned on here recently had glass fall out of a rotten window frame when he was trying to clean it. Oops!...Go figure :Image13:

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