Gutter Tools

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Gmeister, Jun 3, 2013.

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  1. Gmeister

    Gmeister Grand Master
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    WIth that gutter chute, can you not invent some gutter scoop or something on a pole, I did make my own today, with gafer tape on it, but was very loose!
     
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    Try the pro gutter tools box set...works well for me on either 3m or 5m harris poles :Image9:
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  3. Gmeister

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    How much?
    I assume it just twists onto the end of a harris pole?
    I got a cheaper version of a harris pole should fit onto that right?
     
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    Yeah that's what I need! WCW sell em and even fits on any threaded pole!
     
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    Box set is £27 plus delivery

    Danny has designed the new metal threaded pro gutter tools to screw onto 3m harris poles so not sure if it would fit the pole thread you use.
    But after saying that you can buy harris poles for around £15 from B&Q so are cheap as chips..


     
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    Gutter spoon are ok but as I found out not as good as pro gutter tools as they can get the debris from under the tiles too so saves a lot of time messing about.
    The gutter spoon is still a handy tool to have though to keep in the van when required. :Image9:
     
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    this is what i use on my poles, but use an angle adaptor on it so i can change the angle of the spoon bit without changing the angle of the pole or over reaching etc.
     
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    I've used that too for a long time RC but much prefer the pro gutter tools now as found they are much quicker to clear guttering out properly. :Image9:

     
  10. David Taylor

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    do you have to ring them direct or is there a supplier i can buy from?
     
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