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Philip Hardy

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About Philip Hardy

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  • Birthday 01/11/56

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  • Cleaning Method
    Water Fed Pole
  • when did you start window cleaning?
    2009
  1. Fly Poo removal with WFP

    You need to soak fly poo first, not a lot of Good scrubbing as you come across it but it will shift after a good soaking. I have a super scraper on my poles but have seen this advertised and it might be just right for really bad situations http://da-components.com/product/da-multi-toolbronze-wool-pad-holder-kit/ Have a look
  2. I would suspect either the membranes had it or tap water is getting by it somehow,your membrane is only reducing it from 300 to 100 that is total rubbish, it shoud be around 15 after being through the membrane and before the polishing resin,that is why you are eating resin.Check you have the right fiting membranes for your machine anf if you are confident they are (and they could be fakes), and fitted correctly then you will have to buy some new.
  3. Dismayed

    I agree practise on your own house and/or nearby non coplaining customers until you get it right, give the top bar of the window a wash and rinse then dont go back onto that again, concentrate on the glass area only, rinse thourghly from top to bottom and dont do any lower story windows while the ones above are dripping. It will all come right.
  4. Double ear o clamps

    Millions on Ebay, just check the delivery times (dont buy the cheaper Chinese ones if your in a rush), but the Marko067's right if you use the exceed blue hose they grip really well and mine have beeen clipless for months without a problem.
  5. Best one?

    Neither trolleys are great, you need one witch has not got two handles (ie a top bar), the type with two handles are nearly impossible to use one handed and as you normally have a pole or equipment in one hand and push the trolley with the other its very difficult and slows you down, look for one with a curved or solid top bar and it will go where you want one handed.
  6. Possible new source of low tds water

    Why dont you really go for it and check the water thats in a de-humidifier,thats even purer.
  7. VW Caddy

    Yes you are right with the tank full and two men in it it was overwieght for the first few jobs,(800Kg payload), I have now bought a Vito because of that (although the payload is not much more at 970Kg), The Caddy is still going strong, though only usually on one man jaunts.
  8. VW Caddy

    Hi Ash, yes we have refitted it out recently and done something simaler to what you suggest usin rubber checkerplate from Ebay,hoping it works as I had done a lining initially but that proved next to useless as I described. I think a better solution is to buy a van that you step up into rather than one that you sit down to,(thats if its in budget of course) Still think as a runner the Caddy is the best small van out there.
  9. VW Caddy

    I got a 650L tank in my Caddy Maxi no problem, One big problem I had was the cab getting waterlogged, any leak in the back finds its way into the footwells then its a right sod to dry out,that apart had it 4 years never missed a beat just service items I needed to change the Ignition barrel and that was a right farce as they cut you a new barrel not the key and want 75 different proofs of ownership etc. Caddys are a bit pricey but you do get what you pay for.
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