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Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by dorset window cleaner, May 12, 2014.

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    #3 Smurf, May 12, 2014
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    A squeegee blade never needs replacing...Now that's a new one on me.

    I think maybe that trad set is for diy homeowners to buy not a pro window cleaner. Unger do cheap diy trad tools too that they sell in diy stores so I'm guessing ettore has got on the bandwagon too.

    Have a look on the likes of window cleaning warehouse if you're looking to buy decent trad gear.
     
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    Look a bit fancy, basic squeegees and applicators are perfectly adequate.
     
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    sorry dont believe it never needs replacing....run over an angle grinder spat...i have a few of them burnt into my glass off sparks..or over cement etc...and it has to mark the rubber....doesn't need replacing if you dont use it :rofl:
     
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    Looks like a non-professional one to me.
     
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