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Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by StorminNorman, Aug 27, 2016.

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  1. StorminNorman

    StorminNorman Member
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    I owe you all an apology for reading all the posts here for the last 6 month without saying a word.

    Not nice I know, but I did use the SEARCH button ;)

    It helped a lot: I got for myself all the information I needed to make up my mind and get a decent RO/DI system (water from tap here is 370ppm), a Backpack with Renegade deal from Facelift, 5x25L water containers from e-bay, a good ladder and good trad stuff for inside windows.

    Off I went and it was better than I hoped.

    In just 5 weeks working 2 days a week, advertising only on FB I got all my investment back and got around 50 returning customers (4 or 6 weekly cleans) and I am ready to say goodbye to my full time job and become a full time window cleaner.

    Fingers crossed it all goes well!

    Cheers lads!
     
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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    See Gav, there's always one to mess up the equilibrium! :rolleyes:

    Welcome Stormin :thumbsup:
     
  3. Den

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    Welcome to a great forum hive of knowledge as you have already explained, all the best for the future.
     
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    Welcome, and well done on 50 pickups in a short time keep it up and keep us informed.


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  5. daveyboy

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    Welcome mate and good luck
    1 tip is go to your local tesco/asda etc car wash and ask if they have any empty drums if you need more
    I do that whenever i need any
    Sometimes they come without lids (cheap as chips on ebay)
    And they will always need a good wash out as they would have contained wheel cleaner or tfr etc but then good as new for pure water
     
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