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  1. Facelift 650 Litre Cleaning Systems for Sale We have purchased all the stock from another cleaning company which included 2 full van kits for the Facelift 650 System. Please see the photos attached. As far as we can see it is all in working order and has all the parts. We already have a system and therefore these are offered for sale. These are over £2000 +VAT new each, but we are happy for offers and for them to be viewed. We are based in North Walsham, in North Norfolk. Call 01692 407690 or email admin@norfolk-cleaning.co.uk for more information.
  2. Jonathan Bengtsson

    Liquidator+Facelift Red Rubber

    Hey guys! New on this forum. Me and my colleagues have problems with the Liquidator + Facelifts Red Rubber. We get fine drag lines after the squeegee. Especially in the middle of the squeegee and 2 cm from the edges. We have tried different ways of cutting but nothing helps. But I've noticed so many talk about that the Red Rubber is the best for the liquidator. So something we do must be wrong. Now Moermans own rubber is working best, but it wears out so quickly. Any advice or suggestions? Would really appreciate it!
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