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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Paul, Jun 4, 2012.

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  1. Paul

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    How far do you turn your pump up on your backpack mine are wcw ones I think I've had I slightly low.
     
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  2. Posh

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    I have mine on low & use a controller tap to alter the flow. I litrerly have it so it just ticks over.
     
  3. Paul

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    Where do you put your tap? At the end if your pole or backpack, I have a tap on my pack but can never reach it lol
    Mine doesn't seem to put enougth water out on low it streaks :-/
     
  4. mark m

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    I have mine on the highest level and i use aqua-adapter
     
  5. Paul

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    Are they good mark? And do they save water I seem to use quite a lot ive never really noticed with my last employer how much water was used so have nothing to really compare it to, but somebody put you should earn £1 per litre well if that's the case I'm well undercutting myself
     
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    I've got mine on the backpack but yes coz of that reason I'm always running back to turn it off. I'm gonna change it to end of pole I think. I have mine just so it's coming out the jets fairly straight but to be honest I'm not sure if that's right but it works ok. No complaints yet.
     
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    the average user would use approx 350lt of water a day so a £1 lt rubbish i do love the aqau adapter and yes they save water
     
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    Could you cable tie the pole hose half way up the first section where you would have your hands so it would be easier to kink? I think it would be a good invention to have flow controller at your finger tips
     
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    Kinking the hose. Never thought of that. Thanks Belfast. Save me keep running to my controller.
     
  10. Paul

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    That's a good idea BC I'm forever clambering to grab it I'm gonna give that a go.
     
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