Gardiner's Q-Loq Gooseneck Valve

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Marko067, Sep 13, 2016.

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  1. Marko067

    Marko067 Well-Known Member
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    Just noticed it's now available for those interested
     
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  2. Den

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    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
     
  3. dave83

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    got mine here now, going to try it over the weekend
     
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    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
     
  5. Marko067

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    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.
     
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    Keep us updated Mark, also can you still use the gardeners scrapper attachment within as I use my scrapper a fair bit.
     
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    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.
     
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    What brush are you using now Mark, as I thought the flock were not that good for rinsing on.
     
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