has anyone tried MOBI MIDGET by streamline

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by tiktik, Jun 3, 2015.

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  1. tiktik

    tiktik Active Member
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    I need to buy a waterfed pole but since i travel alot i cant take water with me, i want to buy one of the instant ro water systems and wanted to know if anyone has tried the mobi midget
     
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    yep thats the one
     
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    So you will need a water and 230v power supply at each customer you visit.

    For residential I think that will be a tall order.

    Most of our customers outside taps are switched off in the winter time. Organising power and water at each customer will be a logistical nightmare. What happens if they don't have access to an outside tap? (Our outside tap is only accessible through our garage. I won't leave that open all day for you get water to clean my windows.)

    Just texting them the previous evening to leave back gates unlocked is not guarantee that they will be unlocked the following day when we arrive.
     
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    It's a bad idea for residential, you need a power supply, which means every customer would need to be in...

    It would
    Also be really time consuming and a right faff...

    There only really any good for commercial buildings where your here for a few hours/days
     
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    How often do they have windows cleaned in Israel?
     
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    well round here there aint many window cleaners i do all my shop fronts once a week, restaurants every month. most people get their houses done once or twice a year. and i have a few montlys but its rare, to have a window cleaner in your home here is only for the rich.

    its really funny though, people see you squeegee their windows and are all amazed asif you have magic powers or something. they never thought you can do it so fast.
     
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    #9 tiktik, Jun 4, 2015
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    and i want to buy one for commercial work mainly. almost every house i do has a mains and a hose plus im almost always doing the insides in domestic so the owner is at home.
     
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    if i rode around with a 1000 liter tank i dont want to think how my cars going to take it with all the mountain roads round here
     
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