I Love My Wfp Trolley System...

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Tuffers, Oct 10, 2012.

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  1. Tuffers

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    Been using for nearly 3 weeks now. Ironed out a few probs, put on a 20 metre hose, I have now set flow to 40 and the results are fab. One other thing, I was extending the pole from the wrong end to start with and was thinking about getting a lighter pole. No need now. Happy days.
     
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  2. Smurf

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    Nice one! ;)
     
  3. All Round Cleaning

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    You using it full time or just for awkward jobs .
     
  4. A.K WINDOWS

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    are they worth it mate almost getting one this week lol ive got some houses that can be a nightmare to do with ladders.are you using it for all jobs?
     
  5. Tuffers

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    Using as much as poss mate, ie I did some 3 storey houses today. The middle storey at the back is on a balcony so I used my ladder to climb up and then used the pole once I got up there. The windows are a ball ache as they are upvc georgians. Nightmare with micros. Did 6 like this, only had to do 1 off the ladder. Plus I'm going to get an extra £10 if they all agree to me doing the extra windows that I couldn't reach before. The results amazed me today. Will be using it as much as poss! Downside is making the water up every night. Upside I'm getting them done a lot faster.
     
  6. A.K WINDOWS

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    nice one mate on average how much water to do you use/carry i know its a funny question to answer but just roughly?do you find it hard to pull about like some guys claim supose you dont always have to take it out the van eh

    you using a di vesle?
     
  7. Tuffers

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    @ A K windows they are expensive for what they are but it makes the job a piece of p!ss. You got to guage how much water you need for each job, it can be a pain having to go back for a new tub of water half way round a house. Only had 1 customer not like it, he's a miserable old get anyway.
     
  8. Tuffers

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    @ A K I take 6 x 25 litre cans with me already full. I take my 11 litre DI vessel along with my hose, so if it looks likely I'll run out I can fill up at someones house and have a smoke while I'm refilling.

    Get one!
     
  9. A.K WINDOWS

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    lol yeah i know what yer saying ive been offered one for £200 with a pole from WCW.
     
  10. Tuffers

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    Some are very dodgy looking though aint they, they just don't look up to the job.
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    Here's mine
     
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