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  1. Teddington Window Cleaners

    Traditional Extension Pole

    Just starting out money is sparse so when choosing my first pole for traditional work I chose the Unger Telescopic 3-section pole 3.75m max.  This seemed to be the most versatile for the the price and I could go and pick it up from screw fix.  However, today I tackled a house where i could not...
  2. Teddington Window Cleaners

    New Pointer/A-Frame

    Got this little beauty on E-bay for £45! It was been advertised as a plant pot holder!? They are so good for ground floor work or even taking up on to the roofs and extensions ?
  3. M

    Clacton-on-Sea Window cleaning round for sale!

    Hi, I’m looking to sell my window cleaning round.. based in Clacton-on-Sea. includes all equipment, ladders, squeegee’s, buckets etc. Monthly income - £800-1100 it differs each month. The round consists of 2 nursing homes £400 for both, usually done on the same day, and houses and bungalows...
  4. S

    Looking for Traditional Window Round in Greater Glasgow

    I am a window cleaner with experience from 2013 looking to purchase a window cleaning round in Glasgow or the Greater Glasgow area, preferably traditional method.  Call Stuart on 07908 235924.
  5. W

    Taken the plunge - Starting in the new year!

    I've done it! I've taken the plunge! I've prepared lots ready for my launch in the new year: - Flyers & Business Cards (with quote space on the back) - Kit (Mostly Moerman) - 3 section trade ladder (6.85m) - Bicycle trailer which I will be customising to carry my kit - Insurance - Website...
  6. B

    Using squeegee

    Hi. I have found someone who is willing to take me on as a trainee, how long on average does it take to  learn how to use a squeegee? The company is aware that I basicallly have no experience. I've tried for the past couple of days on my own house windows to master the "s" method, thanks to...
  7. C

    Car (Toyota) advice for poles and traditional

    Sorry if I have posted this in the wrong place. So I have worked with a friend for over a year now doing the traditional way. Now I'm feeling ready to go my own way. At the moment, I have a lease with Toyota, I own the aygo. This car is not appropriate for window cleaning (poles or...
  8. D

    Method statement , risk assessments

    Hi been cleaning windows for afew years traditional way , do mostly domestic , but have afew businesses no problems , but ive got some work and their wanting - method statement, risk assessment and coshh assessments along with my insurance certificate . The insurance isnt aproblem but never done...
  9. FINEST

    No Ladder, Harris Pole clean & quote

    How much would you charge for this ? I cleaned it today for £12 front only. Took me 45 minutes without ladder = happy customer and repeat booking
  10. Kasper Sjostrand

    New here..

    Hello everybody, i'm new here, on request by the website i write this. I have been cleaning Windows in 15 years now but have got WFP system some two months ago. I'm from Denmark. Thats it.
  11. Craig Carr

    Struggling with liquidator wagtail combo

    I purchased a wagtail and fitted it with a liquidator 14 inch channel and razr rubber I also have a standard hamdle with a 10 inch liquidator channel with the black rubber it came with. When using the wagtail combo, i just cant get it to work. Constantly leaving streaks or water in the middle...
  12. Craig Carr

    Wagtail hard rubber

    Hi. Ive just purcchased some wagtail red hard rubber. Does anyone know if this will work in colder climates(scotland)? I read plenty of good reviews on it but couldnt find it in the soft version. Ive just purchased a wagtail pivot and sone liquidator channels. Any advice would be great. Thanks
  13. Green Pro Clean Ltd

    Wagtail advice

    Last time I bought a Wagtail it was yellow. I liked that one. I have a lot and I do mean a lot of retail glass to do (a shopping center) short poles and hand held. What is the current recommendation for a wagtail for this? My old yellow one was perfect for this type of stuff. I need a...
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