Best Brush

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Bernie, Oct 8, 2013.

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  1. Bernie

    Bernie Active Member
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    What's the best brush on first time cleans more for the frames n sills that are really mucky n some light water marks on the glass.
     
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  2. Belfastcleaning

    Belfastcleaning Grand Master
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    Tecbuk boars hair or tecbuk hybrid..
     
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  4. Bernie

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    Don't no what happen to my last post reply lol...anyways thanks guys.... I av found them I think but I can't make out whats what lol what would be better duel trim or full trim? Will only be used for first cleans.also can they be used with gardiner quick lock.
     
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    I've not used a tecbuck brush myself so not going to comment on that one as richard has left the building as they say so will not be fun anymore :Image13:
     
  6. Eclipse

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    I use the same brush as I use for the rest of my window cleaning, one pole has a gardiner superlight medium trim sill brush, the other has a medium firm vikan sill brush. I do carry a firm vikan for the toughest of cleans though.
     
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    I miss Richard. So serious and focused on what he was saying that he didn't know how much he made people laugh.
     
  8. Gmeister

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    I wonder why he isnt around anymore(sarcasm)
     
  9. Richard Barnes

    Richard Barnes Well-Known Member
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    Tecbuck best brushes by far, they stick to the glass which means you can feel them cleaning, Richard could do with making a sill brush though..........
     
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