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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by bluemonkey, Feb 4, 2012.

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  1. bluemonkey

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    what brush do you thinks best and why

    i have about 13 different brushes and some days i love the ill brush with fans, then its the extreme wide with fans and also my dual trim and single trim, with pencils, i cant seem to make my mind up which brush i prefer
     
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  2. James

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    One brush wins IMO

    http://www.surecleansystems.com/proddetail.asp?prod=SillBrush

    Enough said.

    James.
     
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    best brush is the superlite extreme standard
     
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    Super lite extreme or dual trim medium. I really can't abide using Vikan brushes on windows they are rubbish IMO
     
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    13 brushes is a lot - faster cleaning will be dictated by the choice of brush. If the brush is slow to use or requires more brush strokes to clean the window; then it will cost you time, money and water.

    Brush choice is important; a boar’s hair brush will remove types of dirt/mould on glass in seconds that artificial monofilaments will struggle with for hours. For maintenance cleans the Polyester monofilament is the fastest brush you can get. The three types – Boars Hair – Nylon – Polyester - and Hybrid brushes all provide time savings when used accordingly.

    Goes without saying but the method of cleaning is vital for profitability; this starts with selecting the most suitable brush.

    There’s a lot more to it, the basic requirements are have a 1st clean brush and a daily maintenance clean brush, this is the starting point. Just by regular cleaning your main brush; will save you loads of time and reduce the risk of spotting.

    Richard
     
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