Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Marko067, Sep 13, 2016.
Just noticed it's now available for those interested
I might try one of these, was a little unsure at first but watched the video again and can see the speed on 90% of my customers windows
got mine here now, going to try it over the weekend
it looks beta than the old aquatap but im not convinced its beta than the univalve i mite order one just to c £20 ant out the way
Used mine for the first time this morning. Even with a swivel on the pole it still didn't slow me down. If it lasts it'll be serious competition for Exceed's Univalve I recon. Haven't used it long enough to say if I prefer it yet.
Keep us updated Mark, also can you still use the gardeners scrapper attachment within as I use my scrapper a fair bit.
I don't use any kind of scraper attached to my pole so can't comment on that. Don't find I need one to be honest. Used to think I did but most often bird muck just comes of with a soak, a scrub and a little patience. I do have a Q-Loq attachment in my kit I can attach a scraper to if I really need to, but I hardly ever use it.
Re the gooseneck valve, early indications are that I'm going to really like it. I'm able to rinse on the glass a lot and being able to turn the water on and off whilst both hands are on the pole and you are on the move seems to be an advantage.
What brush are you using now Mark, as I thought the flock were not that good for rinsing on.
What does rinsing on mean?
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