Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by James Allen, Jul 13, 2015.
What do most use on there poles
I don't know until Thursday but would assume an angle adapter is a lot more usefull
Why you coming over to dark side this week ?
Got a 30ft pole and brush I'm picking up off a mate thursday
Got a few fascia jobs I've been putting off till then
Then starting my diy wfp project
Good stuff I need a new pole mine is like a scaffolding pole heavy as ****
not tried the goosey neck so no comment..
tis a pain though having to drag back the pole when you realise the brush angle is wrong...
well okay..cheapie carries on regardless sometimes..
but thats cheapie for you a lazy barsteward..
yeh hoping this post will enlighten old cheapie as to what a goosey neck actually is...I mean does it flex....hmmm ya live and learn on here...
i use a gardiners long arm resi neck swivel, brilliant, only use a goosenck for a couple of jobs now
resi neck is an angle adaptor
I have to say daveyboy1 - I hate doing facias wfp, takes ages!
You might find it quicker by hand, I do... Or I use pressure washer...
Problem with wfp on fascias is you use loads and loads of water and it takes ages to rinse when facias are really dirty, plus I find more dirt creeps out from behind the gutter as you go which is REALLY annoying! Plus it's very hard to clean the soffits underneath as wfp'ing at that angle is hard work...
I think ladder and cloths is easier and quicker...
Be interesting how you find it!
help please dont complicate matters simon..
now come on us simple folk dont know what the heck your talking about and just have the angle adaptor that came with the pole..
I look online and they still dont explain what it does..so come on simon .. wcf awaits the proper description...
for us newbie simpletons...
yep jake I did wonder about that however...not on gables...far too high for cheapie ..and they cant see up there...
How do you find the swivel? Always been tempted but never actually bought one!