Gutters

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by brad proctor, Jun 14, 2013.

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  1. brad proctor

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    does anybody have a gutter cleaning tool or does everyone just use a brush to get dirt out.If anybody has one where's best place to get one from?
     
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    I use a plastic spoon and a dish washing brush I bought from ASDA. I personally find they work better than purpose made gutter cleaning tools. I'm building my own gutter vac from a wet/dry vacuum as they are ultimately quicker and clean better.
     
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    Window Cleaning Rayleigh Well-Known Member
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    I also use the pro gutter tools same as smurf, very handy, though they don't fit in some very narrow gutters so I just get my hand in there! I also use a gutter hedgehog scoop
     
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