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Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by jimbob, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. jimbob

    jimbob Well-Known Member
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    Just been talking to another windy n his thinking about doing bottoms only if the weather doesn't clear anyone else done this or thought about it and what sort of response did u get
     
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    Just doing half the house?. lol. As i customer i would say. "dont bother"

    As a window cleaner. I would not do it eigher.

    Times are hard in the winter, but this is why you have to put a bit of cash away in the summer, :D
     
  3. Gmeister

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    True but even harder when you have just started last summer!
     
  4. stevelewis

    stevelewis Forum Addict
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    i personally wouldnt do just bottoms, if too dangerous for ladders just use wagtail on a pole or if u havent got a wagtail just use normal mop and blade on a pole, that way u can still get a bit of work in
     
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    i would do the bottoms only on bunglows! lol
     
  6. stevelewis

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    lol
     
  7. jimbob

    jimbob Well-Known Member
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    It's not about the money got customers txting me asking when I'm coming. I like the pole idea though I've also got a wfp trolley but don't like the idea of water freezing on paths etc
     
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    It's not about the money got customers txting me asking when I'm coming. I like the pole idea though I've also got a wfp trolley but don't like the idea of water freezing on paths etc
     
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    It's not about the money got customers txting me asking when I'm coming. I like the pole idea though I've also got a wfp trolley but don't like the idea of water freezing on paths etc
     
  10. stevelewis

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    Id just do the tops trad with a pole mate, u can work in lower temps than with wfp and there will be a lot less water on paths, drives etc
     
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