Is It Worth Having Two Pouches- One On The Front And One On The Back?

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  1. buzzing

    buzzing Active Member
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    I have just one pouch which I keep my scrim in and also my sill clothes in the same pouch. The sill clothes get wet and when I try to push my scrim in the different pocket on the same pouch I often push it next to the wet sill clothes and fitting it in its pocket is a pain, as it's crammed full with the sill clothes. Is it worth getting another pouch to put my scrim in on the back? Maybe just a pouch with one pocket (cheap one), should fit on my belt, right?

    I got this idea from the DVD- Window Cleaning Essentials. On there the Jordi guy also recommended using an old squeegee to clean off the sills or even the frames before wiping them down with a cloth. A good idea?
     
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  2. mark m

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    I have 2 pouches one for wet scrims and scraper and one for my dry scrims and phone
     
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  4. Mart1001

    Mart1001 Well-Known Member
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    Of course buzzing...I think you already know the answer. You must have as many pouches as you need and you obviously need another.

    I have my BOAB on my right side, my big pouch on my left which contains scrim(I use scrim for wiping sills and frames etc), then I have a smaller pouch on my right rear for my microfibre.

    My missus made my pouches on her sewing machine using PVC she bought from a craft shop.

    Mart.
     
  5. Doo

    Doo Well-Known Member
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    I use one pouch , keep dry scrim in the pocket of my hoody
     
  6. petehughesy

    petehughesy Active Member
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    two pouches, one for sill cloth one for scrims and scraper blade
     
  7. Murphy

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    Same as above
     
  8. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

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  9. Pegasus

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    I have 2 pouches . one for squeegees, padle and scraper. one for towel/microfibre with scrim over shoulder.
     
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