Gardiner Brush QuicK-LoQ System

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by SPCleaning, Feb 7, 2016.

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  1. SPCleaning

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    I use a SLX-18 and a SLX-35, both are fitted with Superlite Meduim Mixed brushes.

    Now I'm about to order a replacement brush for the 18 and wondered if there was a benefit to ordering a medium mixed brush and another type. (Not sure which but open to suggestions)

    This would mean swapping brush heads between the two poles depending on the job. Does anyone do this and is much time lost changing heads around with the QuicK-LoQ system?

    Of course this could be a case of 'if it's not broken, don't fix it' and I just order the same medium mixed brushes as before
     
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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    I have quick loq on all my Gardiners poles, only time I use it is when I detach my 'maintenance' brush for a stiffer 'first clean' or 'cladding' brush.

    Takes a matter of seconds is all.
     
  3. James Allen

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    Do you use a gardiner brush for your first Clean darren
     
  4. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Pretty much. If i'm using an SLX then it will be their brush.
     
  5. James Allen

    James Allen Well-Known Member
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    Can you let me know the name of the brush you are using as there is that many
     
  6. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    TBH James I dont know i have a variety if their brushes and for a first clean I choose the one with nice stiff bristles it is white and a sill brush but as for a name? I dont know.
     
  7. James Allen

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    Ok thanks for your help
     
  8. Alex Gardiner

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    Hi James

    If you want a stiffer brush for first cleans then the Sill Stiff or the Super-Lite Stiff would both do this job.

    However many users go for a Flocked brush for first cleans due to its finer ability to scrub the glass - the Super-Lite Flocked or the Sill Flocked would do the job well - although they would need more careful rinsing.
     
  9. James Allen

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    Thanks Alex
     
  10. Poles Apart

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    Interesting? Two extreme opposing schools of thoughto_Oeither a flocked brush or a stiff brush somethings not right there but I don't know which brush isn't the right one, be interesting to here peoples thoughts on this?
     
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