Current window cleaner used to work on a ship....

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  1. Trev81

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    Had this women message me for a quote for regular window cleans, her latest email goes like this...

    I'm usually in after 3 most days, but someone is in most of the day too, so what suits you will be fine. Thanks again. I do have a window cleaner but I'm not happy with him, I think he used to work on a ship, and if I'm out I'm 100% sure he doesn't clean my back windows.

    Regards

    Sharon



    Does working on a ship result in you missing windows? Lol
     
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  2. Eviestevie

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    I think she means working on a ship as in round Windows/missing corners

    Window cleaner round my way we call
    Porthole Pete
     
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  3. Trev81

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    Ahhhh, I see lol, I get it now, not heard that one before! All makes sense now, I suspect she has a bucket bob then missing the corners out.

    Called round earlier and fronts looked ok but seals all shot in the glass so will never look good anyway, the backs are **** old white upvc that wont come up unless she wants to pay me to restore them.
     
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