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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by super mck, Mar 22, 2012.

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  1. super mck

    super mck Active Member
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    hi ive got a clx22 and 2 gardiners brushes,poles great but cant get on with the brushes.being back to a few jobs were the top of the glass has marks on. is it me or the brush? back to my old vikan brush,bugger. (brushes are only 2 weeks old)
     
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  2. Gav

    Gav Grand Master
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    I have 2 superlight brushes and is all I use never had any trouble with them.

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  3. James

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    It won't be the brush mate, they are fine


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  4. Richard

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    super mck, within reason any brush will eventually get the windows clean; Vikan brushes can have a lot more bristles than the brush you are using, so you may need to go over the windows a few more times to get the same result.

    Change your brush, change your cleaning method.

    Richard
     
  5. super mck

    super mck Active Member
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    cheers richard, so keep trying with the gardiners brushes then yeh.
     
  6. Richard

    Richard Forum Addict
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    Yes you should be able to get perfectly good results, spend a little longer cleaning more where you think it needs it.

    If you want a quicker brush though; try my brushes another but different type of learning curve.

    Richard
     
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