Got my first vineyard building to do on Christmas Eve!...

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Neil nowdownunder, Dec 7, 2015.

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  1. Neil nowdownunder

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    HI all,

    I'm pretty nervous about this one. Got to clean this huge place in and out on Christmas eve..
    Sold Price for 160 Harrisons Road Red Hill Vic 3937

    Hope I don't stuff it up. Last big property I done like this I still managed a few dirty water drip marks. Hope I'll be better this time.

    Cheers,
    Neil.
     
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  2. spruce

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    First cleans are always difficult, especially if you are still a bit wfp inexperienced.
     
  3. Jake

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    Lots of rinsing Neil, lots and lots! That should stop any sorry marks being left behind, give the frames a real good scrub, and lots of rinsing before doing the windows :thumbsup:
     
  4. johnny bravo

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    why xmas eve, it could be **** weather, cant you do them a day or 2 before
     
  5. spruce

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    What? Bad weather in Australia? The only bad weather they could have in summer is that its too hot and sunny.:)
     
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  6. Hunty

    Hunty Active Member
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    I have one to do xmas eve, also a little worried about dripping as a road I have really wanted to get into for a while, its the brown door on left, I not sure quite same standard of property though :p:thumbsup:

    MERRY CHRISTMAS ALL!!!!;)

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  7. Neil nowdownunder

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    Thanks all. A merry Christmas to you all. Aussies tend to take just one big holiday a year. Many have four or six weeks or more off from Christmas. A big social thing ( if you have family here) so everyone wants their homes looking A1 for family gatherings. I'm turning people away phone's been going mad past few weeks.
     
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    What a house!!!! :eek:
     
  9. Neil nowdownunder

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    I know it's insane isn't it. There's some serious money on the Mornington Peninsula. Plenty of cashed up customers for me.
     
  10. Neil nowdownunder

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    Job went well today despite the 30degree heat I had to work in. Done the outside first starting at 8am so by the time the heat realy kicked up I was inside. Amazing spot with sweeping views of the bay behind their vineyard. Some people really don't know they are born (this is also their holiday home!!!) The WFP work went well. Took note of your advice, took my time and rinsed and rinsed! Photo's attached from todays clean.
     

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