I think the snow ruined it

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by john39, Feb 26, 2015.

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  1. john39

    john39 Well-Known Member
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    i was out cleaning today and my water was 001 and my ionic brush two weeks old.
    called to collect the money of the customer who I cleaned today and there windows was greasy and spotty under the street lighting. was this because its windy as ****? their was a touch of snow also
     
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  2. cheapncheerful

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    could well be john39 I do one over the road and usually clean his sills daily as I take in my wet scrims as he is fussy for that and they were filthy over night when we had a bit of hail snow etc..

    and his windows at the back too..

    I really hate windy snowy haily days...

    just say oh sorry and say I will do em again its easier than arguing...

    funny thing is they can go mad when it rains but I they never get very dirty when we have a lot of rain...

    there were two really bad storms last year..the storm of slime and hurricane gonzo which did mess the windows up..

    I went up to do an orangery today which is never a problem as is tinted and easy to clean...I COULDNT shift the little black spots all over it...they must have dried on really hard I had to get the bloomin hose pipe and alligator on it....really bad..:D

    you have to just say sometimes today was a pain but tomorrow may be good...lucky for me i soon forget the pain..
     
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