have a butchers at this..I'm finally allowed to talk about it..woohoo

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  1. daveyboy

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  2. daveyboy

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    No more modding wagtail channels or bodging liquidators into wag handles
     
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    how do you clean the ledges
     
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    It is handy in certain situations like access issues, tight spaces, over bushes or high shop fronts etc
    If i am not using wfp i would do tops by ladder usually although i have done whole days of maintenance cleans with a wagtail on a pole and wipe the sills with the scrubber pad
    Your missing the point with this tool as it is just one of the things it can be used for
    It locks to use as a rigid squeegee and changes angle
     
  5. Den

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    When is this being release to the public.

    Den.
     
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    Early stages yet but as soon as i get told I'll tell you
     
  7. boarcity

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    that kiddie will be hard on the wrists if you use it as main squeegee
     
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    #8 daveyboy, May 10, 2016
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    Not really boarcity
    I've seen vids of how sensitive it is
    You have to twist the handle a fraction of how much you do with a wagtail to get the same amount of movement from the channel so should be easier on the wrists really

    Once i get my hands on 1 i will thoroughly try ot out and give an honest opinion
     
  9. Tim Osborne

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    Well that looks promising. hope they come soon. I have 3 Moerman swivel handles and the swivel look screw has failed on all 3. No mater how tight I make the screw they still swivel...very annoying. Moerman is sending me new ones but I think it will happen again, its just a bad design.
     
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    Thank god Davey. I've damn near got ulcers keeping my mouth shut. Man does this not look so cool in the blue and black on The WCR flyer? Pretty sure the swivel locks so that it can be used as a fixed handle as well.
     
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