Cleaning panels in the frost.

Discussion in 'Solar Panel Cleaning' started by SolarPanelCleaning, Nov 24, 2014.

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  1. Noooooooooooooooo!

    Guess it'll be even harder in the snow though......
     
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  2. Smurf

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    It must be even harder in the dark :D
     
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    And here was me thinking only one bloke in the country cleaned them :rolleyes:
     
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    Told you so they are self cleaning :D
     
  6. Nice vids smurf!
    The second one was much like what I faced this morning. Felt like I was moving a slushy drink around.
    After a while the sun came up from behind the hill and melted it all.

    Lesson learnt. Book all panels into afternoon on frosty days!
     
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    At least you had plenty of pure water up their to begin with :D
     
  8. Water wasn't bad from their tap! 45 ppm! By far the lowest I've seen. Yes, I did top up my tank while cleaning.
     
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