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  2. Haha course you were
  3. the glass guru

    WFP trolley/pump box for sale

    You've always got 1 ain't ya. I'll take that 1 on the chin. Yep thought to myself that offer took the Micky and felt bad so was going to up it. No need for your sarky comments. Just a simple no would have done.
  4. A lot of solar panels installed a few years ago are looking pretty dirty - a lot of lichen too. Must be an opportunity there as it's going to be affecting output. Is there a risk of electric shock? There's no way of stopping the things producing current, whatever you do to the controls. And what's a reasonable charge per panel outside London if they're reasonably accessible?
  5. AGlassAct

    WFP trolley/pump box for sale

    Yes that’s fine mate - I’ll take £45 for it. Tell you what I’ll give you a 5 year guarantee with it too, if you send me your address I’ll deliver it, come to think of it I’ve got a bit of time on my hands at the moment (lets be fair the weather hasn’t been that great so I’ve hardly had any calls to clean windows 🤣) so if you send me your vehicle registration beforehand I’ll bring some oil and a full service kit so I can carry out a full service for you. It’s advertised for £80. I appreciate your kind offer, but it’s a no from me. Thank you.
  6. Green Pro Clean Ltd

    Career change. Is it to late

    32? Too late? 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣
  7. Master Jedi Alejandro

    Bank Holiday (Good Friday) day off?

    Went for a drive with the family up round the Trossachs and a steam boat tour along Loch Katrine. Then over to Callander for some cracking fish and chips. Getting into Callander we drove past two window cleaners working on a B&B. They weren't half scrubbing those windows, must have been 30 seconds a pane at least! Felt sorry for them, if they bettered their technique perhaps they wouldn't have to work a bank holiday! 😂
  8. Yes also I am not sure it would be GDPR compliant. Either way maybe best to remove those links and share privately if needs be.
  9. I spent the first 2 days of holiday ripping up and fitting laminate floor in half the downstairs of my house and fitting new kitchen worktops Earned a bbq and a few beers
  10. on a side note.... how did you input the postcodes of customers onto a google map and then save it for later? I have been wanting to to do this for ages to show a visual spread of my work. cheers
  11. Incheck

    Removing paint from a patio

    Aye i’ve got a turbo nozzle so well see how that works. I’ve just seen a guy stripping a “painted patio” for some reason the previous house owner painted the patio slabs 🙈 he used a 15 degree nozzle at a relatively horizontal angle and worked well. But as you say, if its soaked in to the slabs then it could be a mare 👀
  12. I don’t think it’s very wise to be posting these details on a public forum , the work could be pinched by someone
  13. Pjj

    Removing paint from a patio

    Sounds like it could be a wooden fence type of paint or stain Ime guessing that some of it will have soaked into the concrete surface so will be very difficult to remove it all , like you say if you can find out what paint it is then you should be able to get a solvent for it unless it’s water based , I think once that’s dried there isn’t a product that will remove it , decent pressurewasher with turbo nozzle might get rid of most of it
  14. Incheck

    Removing paint from a patio

    I rang her and she said it’s just “garden paint” 🤷‍♂️ It’s a wooden pergola so...🤷‍♂️ She did throw sand down on it straight away so i dont know how bad its going to be. I just didnt fancy buying any old product off the top of my head. She has said shes not concerned if it doesnt come off but obviously id like to try my best. Maybe some kind of graffiti removal gel might do the trick who knows
  15. steve garwood

    Bank Holiday (Good Friday) day off?

    Well jealous @Dave B. Got back from Hastings this morning after a lovely couple of days, and have spent the whole day ripping up laminated flooring in my hallway and wiring new lighting 😩😩
  16. steve garwood

    Starting back up

    I had van locker from Croydon come round my house and remove the ford lock (they are pony) and replace with a heavy duty stainless steel lock. The clever part was, I can use the same key as I use with the deadlocks they fitted. 👍 I personally think the transit is the best drive, and best looking medium size van out there, however, ford do not help fitting poor security locks
  17. RWCleaning

    Starting back up

    Even if you get deadlocks & a steering wheel lock ?
  18. I would check with your current insurer , if not try and get a policy that covers the work you do shouldn’t cost too much
  19. Pjj

    Removing paint from a patio

    What type of paint us it water based emulsion, oil based gloss etc ? Depending what it is will depend what will remove it
  20. Gav

    Starting back up

    Hi @Jaxh89 just Google ThriveWP and you will find my service.
  21. Todays effort The steak was mine @Tuffers
  22. Part Timer

    Starting back up

    Just tag @Gavin
  23. Jaxh89

    Starting back up

    my only worry with the transits, a lot of them in my area get stolen. can anyone on here give me a link to your site what gavs done?
  24. Incheck

    Removing paint from a patio

    Hey fellas, does anyone have any products in mind (paint thinners) or otherwise, that would be great for removing paint from a patio. I’ve priced up a fsg & patio clean to do for my best mates mum. Since i priced it up she’s painted the pergola and kicked a tin of paint over the patio in the process. I’ve never really had any “painted” patios to do before so don’t really know what products are tried/tested and proven, cheers in advance
  25. RWCleaning

    Starting back up

    My next van will be the transit custom. Good size, payload of 1000 for the one I want is enough for one man.
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