High level internal work

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  1. Matty H

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    Does anybody have any high level internal work and what do you use? I only have a couple and use one of the internal cleaning kits it works quite well. Just ordered a 5m telescopic pole today - anybody find tradding easier at high level?
     
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  2. Paul

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    Have you seen the wfp for internal use I've used them before, you wear a belt and it let's out steam rather than pure water. Probs what you use is it?

    Pretty good bit of kit but not cheap around £400.

    Also used spider lifts indoors and done it trad very time consuming.
     
  3. Matty H

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    No mate there isn't that much glass in the jobs - just quite tall windows inside offices, and an old mill I do that's been converted to apartments has those really longggggg windows with small panes so no chance of tradding. Use a microfiber pad and pure water spray - comes up nice :D
     
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    i dont do high internal work and dont have one of these kits, but after seeing it used at the cleaning show was impressed.
    I went home filled a trigger spray with pure water, lightly spayed the glass and cleaned it with a microfibre cloth.
    it works.
    i now use it alot on inside jobs if the window is small (still quicker to blade a big window) and is cleaned regularly
     
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