How to spend a rainy afternoon :)

Discussion in 'Gutter & Fascia Cleaning' started by Green Pro Clean Ltd, Apr 15, 2016.

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  1. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Well a light drizzle today but no bother, a full SFG and conny clean as well as the skylights on the 'studio' building. A big thanks to Bucko Jr for helping out today!

    Here's Bucko Jr demonstrating the difference a magic sponge can make.
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    Oh how I hate black lichen
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    Some choca gutters.
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    A quick finish with the magic sponges and all done.
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  2. Bucko Jr

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    Thanks again green pro. Really enjoyed it and learnt loads! My god them magic sponges are amazing!


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  3. Cocker

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    Where do you get these sponges from? Do you use any other "chemicals" with them?


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  4. Cocker

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  5. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Asda, Tesco, any of them or Eaby.
     
  6. daveyboy

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    I tend to use dihydrogen monoxide lol

    Seriously water is usually good enough with magic sponges
     
  7. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    A squirt of Ubik does not go a miss.
     
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    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    Ahh thought that was you green at softwash support
    And now I know
     
  9. Trev81

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    Magic sponges take pride of place in my van, never without them, work great as you know, I also like to soak mine in diluted Ubik on a first clean, brings them frames up to the day they were installed, customers love you for it, I buy mine from home bargains normally stock up with what they have on the shelf once in a while, don't cost much at all. Also there good with a spray of solvent on to remove marks on Upvc front doors where people have scuffed there shoes etc, takes seconds.
     
  10. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    What was the clue?
    Company name: Green Pro Clean
    My name: Darren Green?

    :p
     
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