Excelerator is out on WCW

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  1. C Rose Cleaning Services

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    im guna order a combonator and a excelerator boath look nice
     
  3. rugbywolf

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    Works out at about £45 inc. delivery and tax. still expensive
     
  4. Posh

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    Lot of dosh just for a handle
     
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  5. Eric Gilliand

    Eric Gilliand Well-Known Member
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    Handle on its own £15 + VAT? thats an absolute bargain...$45 ish for the whole kit is also pretty good value...
     
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    Same here
     
  8. C Rose Cleaning Services

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    I already have the liquidator and fliq so I just ordered the handle for £18.

    Really not that expensive compared to other products. £45 for a setup which is still less than my old unger ninja applicator and squeegee together.

    Let's hope it's good
     
  9. C Rose Cleaning Services

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    How much do you pay for a squeegee and applicator usually then? My old ones used to cost about £65
     
  10. rugbywolf

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    I don't use a squeegee and applicator. I use a Wagtail with attached wash pad and liquidator channel, works wonders for me. I'm not against paying 40 or 50 pounds out, it's just that it is not a new concept, and for me, having now invested in Wagtails, I don't see the point.
     
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