Green Pro Clean Ltd

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About Green Pro Clean Ltd

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  • Birthday 20/09/72

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  • Cleaning Method
    Water Fed Pole & Tradtitional
  • when did you start window cleaning?
    2007
  1. Wrong Halton.. I have no hypo or bio as stated previously in my special brew. Why would I give any discount Lawrence? I'm in business for profit. Yes my insurance covers 'all and any chemical use' as we are TR19 certified for commercial kitchen cleans (loads of nasty chems there) and also PA certs 1 & 6. As said above. I invest heavily in our growth.
  2. I used to share a plenty @matt clark and as they say one good turn and all that jazz. Well the sharing days are long long gone. :) Wrong Halton.. I have no hypo or bio as stated previously in my special brew. Why would I give any discount Lawrence? I'm in business for profit. Yes my insurance covers 'all and any chemical use' as we are TR19 certified for commercial kitchen cleans (loads of nasty chems there) and also PA certs 1 & 6. As said above. I invest heavily in our growth.
  3. I used to share a plenty @matt clark and as they say one good turn and all that jazz. Well the sharing days are long long gone. :)
  4. I ahree Halton however that bathroom window has no gutters or soffits and all the windows were like that. The fella I learnt from when I started out taught me windows, frames, sills and doors. So to me that's the standard. Anything less is inconcievable. If I were her regular windy I would point out the conditiin when taking the job and add a first clean surcharge. And no... no hypo or bios... this was my own special brew. :)
  5. There is more to a window than a piece of glass Halton. And yes @Dave B he's trad!
  6. This was the day after LITERALLY her window cleaner had been Guess that's why she called me. :)
  7. I've only read the title but have made my views clear on this before and therefore must go caps mode to say........ HE DOESN'T PAY YOUR BILLS OR PUT FOOD ON YOUR TABLE! Free market economy mate. If he's any good with a fair price you wont take any off him anyhow. If he's **** he dont deserve to have them anyhow.
  8. I came seriously close to blinding myself windowsurfer posted pics some time back. A friend managed to spend 5 hours in A@E with tubes inserted under his eye lids with his eyelids taped shut after a hose popped under pressure. I have also posted pics of hypo and bio burns I have endured on this forum before. I see your touch of saecasim but as I dont know you, have never worked with you and therefore have no idea if your skills and ability I am not going to just give out recepies to seriously dangerous solutions. (By 'you' I mean any user on here I dont know personally) As for friends sharing info with me?? No mate. I got one friend and he's a plumber! What I know comes from hundreds of hours of reasearch, thousands of pounds on vaeious training courses and dozens and dozens of jobs of trial and error. So sure why not? Here's the key... If you truly want to know what I know (which isnt much) put in the time and you will get there. I wrote a post once before saying I wouldnt give any advice on the use of hazardous chemicals as I dont want to be liable for possibly blinding, or worse, someone I dont even know. It's also the very toxic nature of this game that makes me cringe every time someone without a clue says 'oh just chuck some hypo on it' If they had half a clue they wouldnt offer such John Wayne advice.. Hope that helps clear up why I dont just hand out my recepies. I would have inserted a thumbs up emoticon here but I cant find it. :(
  9. There are plenty of secrets Windowsurfer... and that's the way they're staying.
  10. Hypo based mix. Sorry. Guarding my recepies closely these days.
  11. fence_HD.mp4
  12. Pete. I wouldnt even put the effort in to getting them there. Gonna cost a fortune.
  13. Conservatory ladder for sale. Top section as pictured with rails. Two lower sections to allow for different height conservatories. Suckers - load (retention) strap. £250 ono. (Cost nearly £500 new) Collection only from DE55
  14. Only thing on mine was to read 10'001 posts by @Tuffers. There's two years of my life I'm never getting back! :(
  15. Not exactly @Reach For The Glass where a pressure washer is designed to put high pressure at short distance this instead is designed to put high VOLUME at long distance. With the throttle closed down it will pump through a WFP with twin fan jets quite happy, with the throttle opened up it will jet water (mix) 25 ft up siding / roof / whatever you want to cover. Also great for patio / drives / decking on a medium throttle with a fan spray.