Constructor wfp brush

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Smurf, May 17, 2015.

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  1. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    I thought this was an interesting concept

    The last water fed pole brush you will ever buy. Change your bristle length and material, as well as jets, whenever you like. Completely customizable design




    What do you think?
     
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  2. bright n klear

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    Brush looks good but what about spares if it's America based?
     
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    #3 Bingo, May 17, 2015
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    Perry Tait's new brush, his company called 'Reach-iT' .
     
  4. Smurf

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    You buy a brush in UK ,the stock is plastic .someone is always trying to improve something , aluminium stock ...like to try one
     
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    I think it's a brilliant idea myself :)
     
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    nice vid but not so sure about the use of aluminium..

    yep its great light and strong but any contact with glass is a big no no..

    I have found that out twice...once ages ago was an aerial I was asked to take down and it just touched the window

    ..dont know if the guy could see the mark it left but I COULD..and it was there for ever after..

    its not so much a scratch either as a mark..and probably can come off with something.

    the second time was on a job I still do today..I was using a really cheap pound shop extension and was scrubbing away at bird poop and it left a right mess..will have a butchers next time to see if I can still see it..

    the brush in the vid was very low cut and near to the ali...just a worry..

    but the thought of being able to change things so easy is a good one..:D
     
  9. spruce

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    I have never used jets fitted at the top of the brush stock so I can only imagine this would help in a rinsing on the glass operation at high level.

    I can also see the nozzle for the water inlet breaking very quickly as I could see it bashing on the window lintel.

    I also don't like the aluminium brush stock although strength and lightness can be an advantage. The jury is out on that one. I guess its too future thinking to be accepted easily. I would worry that the window mullions would get damaged by the ali brush stock.

    So what's the weights of the brushes then?
     
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    spruce I can't see it being any different to any other type of wfp brush regarding contact with mullions on the under side of the stock of a brush because of the bristles being in the way surely?
     
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