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seanieg

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About seanieg

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  • Birthday 30/07/1975

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  • Cleaning Method
    Water Fed Pole
  • when did you start window cleaning?
    3 years
  1. This is probably a stupid question, if you had a 2 man setup would you need 2 propane heaters or just run them of 1?
  2. Making the day go quicker

    Bone conduction earphones! Never heard of them. I will have to Google them.
  3. Making the day go quicker

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01LW5G4O6/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1515318287&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=digital+pocket+radio&dpPl=1&dpID=41fCCeHbxmL&ref=plSrch It wasn't the cheapest but seemed to have the best reviews.
  4. Making the day go quicker

    Have just looked on Amazon and found exactly what I need so thanks for that. As for working harder, I work my nuts off everyday, i only ever wear the headphones in 1 ear so that i can hear things going on around me. As soon as I see a customer approach me I take them out or if a custie happens to be working outside I don't put them in. Oh and I am also down south.
  5. Hi guys. I am looking for a way to listen to the radio with headphones whilst I'm cleaning Windows just to help the day go quicker. I have tried an old iPod nano but the battery only last about 5 hrs. I could use my phone but it will use my data and probably use the all the battery again. I just wondered what some of you guys use? Thanks in advance
  6. Gardiner backpack

    I have a gardeners backpack and it's a great bit of kit. You can't go wrong with anything from them and there customer service is second to none.
  7. Canvassing

    Ok cheers for that guys. Dave B how sucsesfull are you finding it?
  8. Canvassing

    Just wondered if any of your are still canvassing at this time of year. If so how successful so you find it compared to the summertime. Cheers
  9. New tank

    Ok that's great. Thanks for that. I have been having a good look at your van setup post TolishAPurd. Nice setup, some good ideas too.
  10. New tank

    Thanks for your replys guys. I didn't realise that pure freedom and window cleaning warehouse did them. I had also thought about getting someone to make one for me. So a few things to think shout as well as looking on ebay. Thanks again.
  11. New tank

    Hi guys, am currently wfp using a trolley and backpack. I want to put a tank in the back of my van and run it from there. I think reading many of the posts on here it seems that diy seems to be the way to go. The only concern with that is securing the tank. I want to do it properly so I want a steel frame to attach it to the chassis. Is there anywhere you can buy a tank that already comes with the frame already around it. Thanks I advance.
  12. Masking tape

    Cheers for your replys guys. As a rule I don't do builders because I do agree that they are a pita. However this was for a builder that I know, this place was massive and i didn't have to work out a quote before hand, he just said the job is mine if I want it, so I could charge for the time I was there. The masking tape is still there but I have to go back in about six weeks to do a final clean as this was just a pre clean to get rid of the worst of it now that all the rendering has been done. The masking tape is on the frames themselves but it's only on 4 Windows in small areas. So any other suggestions would be gratefully recieved. cheers
  13. Am on a builders clean athe the moment and some of the windows have got a few bits of masking tape on them. The are brand new metal ones that have been powder coated grey. At the moment I have just tried soaking hot soapy water but it's not moving. Any suggestions. Scraper not an option. Thanks
  14. Am on a builders clean athe the moment and some of the windows have got a few bits of masking tape on them. The are brand new metal ones that have been powder coated grey. At the moment I have just tried soaking hot soapy water but it's not moving. Any suggestions. Scraper not an option. Thanks
  15. Trigger valve or univalve?

    Thanks :thumbsup:
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