Is he using soap???

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  1. rugbywolf

    rugbywolf Forum Addict
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    Not being familiar with wfp, I wanted to know how he's squeegeeing the glass without it dragging as it would if I did it without soap.

    If you don't want to go through all the vid, f/fwd to 4:30

     
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  2. TolishAPurd

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    Is there a chance he was just using professional soaps with a weak dilution? Some soaps have little to no suds.
     
  3. daveyboy

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    You can see if you look close when he makes turns there is a bit of soapy water for a second before it is squeegeed off
    Probably professional stuff
     
  4. rugbywolf

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    You say professional stuff, but soap is soap. I've had a closer look
    What is professional stuff, Unger gel, Hg, Squeegee off? we all use that. It could be a weak solution, I'll have to try, when I get time.
     
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    No, some soaps are sudsy some aren't. GG4 for example has zero suds. Not classed as soap, classed as window cleaning solution, you wouldn't use it to wash anything else.
     
  6. rugbywolf

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    Thanks for that. Have you used it?
     
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