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Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by husam hamdy, Nov 22, 2013.

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  1. husam hamdy

    husam hamdy Guest

    Hello every body ! ;)
    I am about to start my small window cleaning windows
    unfortunately i don't have car or van, and i want to depend on transport
    am living in London btw, is there any luck to carry the bucket and the other stuff on my hand
    Thank you in advance .
     
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  2. Tuffers

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    Ladders and bucket can be carried easily. Backpack for your clothes and grub etc. You will need all your work close to each other though. Oh and rely on customers for water.

    HTH
     
  3. husam hamdy

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    can i get on a bus or tube with a ladder , i hope i can man
    am dreaming to start this business by am facing lots of difficulties
    i think i can get the water but the ladder and the bucket are my big problems
    if u sure that i can move wiz them i'll rely on u and staaart :)
     
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    Make it happen mate dont give up find a way
     
  7. Bernie

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    You could try a wagtail on a pole not much need for a ladder then. Tho some first cleans you may need them. But once there out the way should be all good. :)
     
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    If you have a really condensed round perhaps leave a ladder at a friends or customers place, free clean every month might sway that one.
     
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    Can you imagine standing at kings cross in rush hour waiting to get in a tube with a ladder lol. As said a bike with maybe a trailer. It's not a lot of dish if yer good at DIY
     
  10. Duncs

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    ladders stashed on your round sounds gd
    when the round gets bigger buy second set off ladders
    and leave else where
    there is a guy who does just that
    the only thing its little berwick lol !!! not london
     
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