Cleaning The Gap Between The Window Sill And Bottom Frame And Organising My Gear?

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  1. slippy

    slippy Well-Known Member
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    In the picture of a sill below, would customers expect me to clean the gap between the bottom sill and the bottom frame?


    Also in the other picture is my window cleaning gear in the back of the boot of my car. I threw all my rags in a plastic container then my ladder matt and other stuff and then put my bucket which has my boab and pouches etc inside that. Could I organise this better?
     

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  2. Shinytime

    Shinytime Active Member
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  3. Mr B shine

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    no, up to you
     
  4. mrtaytay

    mrtaytay Grand Master
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    Definitely clean the bottom part of the frame.....its only a wipe and makes for a better job. Your boot looks chaotic.....I keep my cloths out of the boot and in a big bag on the back seat. The boot can sometimes be a bit of a damp place if you get slops from your bucket, so I like to keep my cloths away from that area.
     
  5. mufcglen

    mufcglen Well-Known Member
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    i always take my rags out to dry in the house overnight they tend to make the rear of my car mist up!
    is there a quick ladder clamp you got there in the boot?, if so are they any good, i just got the wind on cheap metal clamps with a hook that bends if i overtighten them lol!
     
  6. Tuffers

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    If you can't get in the gap, you can't clean in it. Simples.

    The car looks like an abortion tbh.
     
  7. Duncs

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    white plastic give it wipe with your mop then dry it with your scrim better job
    dry scrims separate lid for your bucket
    always carry 6" squeegee in back pocket really handy
     
  8. Duncs

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    see them ladder clamps what you tighten up mine sprung off
    went back to ropes
     
  9. rugbywolf

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    Where are the spiders going to go???
     
  10. Andy

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    thanks for the boot pick i feel more tidy now.
     
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