How To Attach Quick - Loq Socket On Any Wfp Brush

Discussion in 'Tutorials & DIY' started by H MAN, Jul 11, 2013.

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  1. H MAN

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    #1 H MAN, Jul 11, 2013
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    those quick lock things look realy gud beta than un scruing the dam angle neck lol
     
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    Nice one H-Man...

    just one question as was wondering are those quick loq's strong enough to be used on heavy brushes like vikan bricks as were designed for gardiner super-lite & xtreme brushes?
     
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    Yes Smurf.
    Once it is screwed onto the brush is a solid connection.
    Believe it would hold up.
    Just put it on the Vikan brush to show that you can put it on any type of brush you want.
    Even if you want to use the socket on normal broom heads.
    But the QL it self is pretty heavy duty.IMO
     
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    Thanks...

    Would be ideal to use a quick loq system on any type of tool/brush like the scrub pad I made from an old gardiner brush stock to restore upvc without using a ladder. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfuEpW5RLDQ


    To save time on jobs will now have to mod my wfp poles, brushes and tools to the new quick loq system methinks :Image9:
     
  6. H MAN

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    Have already made them.
    May have to ask Alex to maufacture them!?
    They all got grips on them now.
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    [SIZE=10.5pt]Nice one ...should give Alex something to think about.[/SIZE]

    In the meantime I must get myself a heat gun and have a go at doing the same where gadiner quick loq brush stocks can't be used :Image9:
     
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    Looking like a good array of fitments there H MAN.

    The problem I would have with traditional tools is mass-producing a fitting that would fit onto all different types of tools. Perhaps a female QL to a standard tool cone would do the trick.

    I do have a few new items arrived which I will pop over in the post to you to have a play with.
     
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    #9 H MAN, Oct 26, 2013
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    Thought I see if anybody has tried these Quick - LoQ and what they think ?
    Below is a goose neck connection with a Quick - LoQ connection made into the end of it.
    So to be able to put the angle adapter on this.
    Here is a closer look at the advantages of having a Quick - LoQ on your WFPs.

    NO MORE SCREWING AROUND WITH CONNECTIONS
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  10. H MAN

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    It's been a while now.
    Is there any feed back on the Quick - LoQ.
     
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