Best squeegee for pole tradding

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  1. Dan Paton

    Dan Paton Member
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    As per the title really. I don't particularly like ladder work so I'm going to practice tradding with a pole in case I can't WFP for any reason. What's the best squeegee for the job? I have a couple of wagtails but just wondered what others use.


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  2. Rezzi

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    Wagtail Slimline Flipper 12" not used mine for a long time now though.
     
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  3. Pigeon

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    You have Choose a job where the number two tool after Water is a tool you Are afraid to use, sorry but get training on ladder ASAP. For the tool you looking for is wagtail modded to dont detail edges.
     
  4. Clisty1989

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    Moerman excelerator come out next month, apparently it'll be the mutts nuts
     
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  5. tench0771

    tench0771 Grand Master
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    the wagtail slimline flipper would be my choice but ide never do domistic with one with a trad pole as fraims and sills would not get cleaned get ur l;adder skills up to scrach m8 there not unsafe if used proply and be faster and beta job than trad pole :)
     
  6. dasslr1

    dasslr1 94 to go
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    WP_20160819_19_44_26_Pro.jpg WP_20160819_19_45_50_Pro.jpg WP_20160819_19_44_12_Pro.jpg love my wagtail and pole been using it for nearly 2 years.
     
  7. Duncs

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    not the best trading top windows, as all our brothers are saying get used to the ladders
     
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  8. PJ Bullard

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    I use Unger blades, with an angle adaptor fitted to the Moerman 6 meter telescopic pole.

    You can get the Moerman pole in ToolZone for a cracking price
     
  9. 1393jason

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    I have two slimline wagtail flippers 10" and 14". Stick it on a 5m harris pole with an angle adapter. As others have said you will struggle with the frames but is doable.

    Check out some of the vids on youtube.
     
  10. Dan Paton

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    Thank you for all your replies and of course your all right. I do need to brush up on ladder skills. Cheers lads


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