Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by David Williams, Mar 19, 2014.
Fan jets or pencil jets that is the question?
Still can't decide....!
pencils for me i used to usefans for a fair bit they are ok and i loved em to start with but i think pencils give a better rinse overall iv switched all mine back to pencils except for cladding brushes which are used for conservatories and fascias they all have fan jets
What about windows that do not rinse properly ie water runs off the glass really fast?
I'm finding some windows rinse really well then the next one beads why is this???
There are two different types of glass, hydrophilic (sheets down), hydrophobic (beads).
Try putting both in a brush and experiment.
Hydrophobic glass is a pain in the backside
I'm finding these take longer to clean to avoid spotting.
I've been noticing spotting on a lot of my jobs lately. I was cleaning the top frame until today, when I changed technique. I didn't do the top frame and just nudged the brush up to the top seal, without going above it. I then rinsed 2" below the seal. It seemed to work.
Will give this a try thanks.
Also when rinsing hydrophobic glass try rinsing across 5 or 6 times sideways in the same place at the top of where you start your rinse, that creates a wall of water that helps sheet I've found.
its nce to have boath but i like pencles u can rinse more acruet here is a few vits to help u deside
i like the 4 jet ider an bigger jets less splash bk beta rinsing