Iv Had Enouth

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by david247, Sep 23, 2012.

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  1. david247

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    Good luck!
    I am sure if you really feel strongly about anything you will make it a success!
    This forum is great for advice and help!
     
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  4. All Round Cleaning

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    I wouldnt bother buying that kit it's over priced for what ya need .
    I will show you tomorrow what to get .
     
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    Its up to you david247 as wfp is great but to be honest as long as you dont mind climbing up ladders I (personally) think that to get started you cant go far wrong with traditional.
    It costs a small amount (compared to most new business) to get started and yet it gives you a big return!
    After practice you can easily earn £15 per hour.
    Thats a good wage for a self employed person.
    Also I dont know if you have been reading other posts on here tonight but my advice would be to keep it simple.
    By that I mean obviously allow for your fuel, insurance, advertising and time collecting (If you are going to collect) but £15 is very realistic.
     
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    Make sure you buy a scrimm, its a window cleaners best friend and it only costs a few quid. look for a A grade pre-washed one
     
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    Well if he hadn't of rushed into buying his gear I would of told him to go to the cleaning warehouse in Wolverhampton
    Where he lives the bloody doughnut !!!!
     
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