25Ft Pole

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Bernie, Jun 21, 2013.

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  1. Bernie

    Bernie Active Member
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    Is a 25ft pole more then enuff for all domestic work?
     
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  2. mark m

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    that would do 95% of my work
     
  3. bluemonkey

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  4. Richard Barnes

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    you may get away with a 22ft even....
     
  5. Bernie

    Bernie Active Member
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    Ok thanks. Was going to get the 35ft but seemed a bit over kill. Tho price not that much diff. But if the 25 will do the job then ill go for that. :) putting me order in now with xline for the trolley n evolution pro hybrid pole. N can't wait to get me new toys just need to learn how to use them lolll
     
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    There will always be domestic jobs that you come across you will find the need for a longer pole.



    I personally would have gone for a 35’ and removed some of the sections and keep them in the van. So when needed could put them back on instead of having to buy a new pole or pole extentions .
     
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