Crest Tool

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  1. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Did this one today and thought it looked OK but got wise to packing me kit up first.
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    Sad to customer I've finished now so have a look to make sure you are happy with the work before I pack my kit away. Anyway the lady went and had a look out of the bedroom window then came down to speak to me. She said that I had missed bits on the crest and could I get the dirty marks off it. I said no problem I will just get my tool then if you can spot for me I will remove the offending dirty marks. They where actualy only 3 bits I hsd missed so attached a plastic scrapper with gaffer tape to a short car brush telescopic pole then wrapped a micro cloth to the scraper as the marks of dirt were in the corners and underside of only 2 crests.

    It actualy took longer to put my ladder back up than wipe the 3 tiny dirt spots off them. Thought I was fussy but there you go so moto of the story is always ask first if the completed job is to the customer satisfaction before packing your kit away. :Image13:

    If anyone is interested this is what I used to clean around the outside edges of the crests as a wfp brush sometimes doesn't get in very well as I found out today... Job done & happy customer in the end :Image3:
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    What do you think?
     
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  2. norm

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    Fussy customer Smurf but ya sorted her
     
  3. Smurf

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    Well norm it cost so much to do so what do you expect...ching ching :Image13:

    Thing was the lady did not want a window cleaner to do it as wanted a proper job done like so many of my customers that already have a window cleaner. Go figure :Image3:
     
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    :Image13: thats what its all about.You get what you pay for.Premium job premium price
     
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    Indeed norm... :Image9:

    Need to go the extra mile to make sure it's cleaned to a very high standard the best you can.
     
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