best brush head imo for regular cleans

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Window Cleaning' started by peter rogers, Oct 19, 2015.

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  1. peter rogers

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    Bit heavy the vikan sill
    My mate had one and it weighed a lot
    Saying that i have a little 8" one now that i got just for a little estate i do with a whole load of those divided windows and it fits perfect and not heavy as it's only 8"..also perfect for fascias
    The verdict on the xline one (not the sill) is great but i am comparing it to brodex type brushes which are like housebricks
    I have tried a gardiner extreme but only briefly..would like to do a day with one and see what i think
     
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    uel never go back mate lol easy to change on ur pole also
     
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    We'll see..i like the xline..i don't mind a little weight
     
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