Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by Smurf, Jun 19, 2013.
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maybe not :Image13:
Oh dear smurf that's a nasty one. After shots of that one will impress me no doubt.
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There you go Dodger
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Not perfect but looks a lot cleaner than it did before.
Also don't ask about the brick on the roof as was just doing what I was told to clean under it and put it back on :Image13:
Sweet, was on phone before it looks even worse on hd laptop screen yuck.
[SIZE=10.5pt]Was one of the bad ones I seem to get more often now.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=10.5pt]Got to go back tomorrow to do the inside that happens to be filthy too. Oh deep joy! [/SIZE]
[SIZE=10.5pt]I should have been clearing and clearing the guttering. fascia and soffits of the house first but has a total of 22 house martin nests which most are in use so will have to go back at the end of September when they have buggered off. :Image13: [/SIZE]
Wow smurf good job mate
Here are some after pics of the inside of that one too if anyone is interested.
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Nice mate, how do you clean the inside of the roof or what's the best way? Step ladders to rub the inside frames with cloth?
Here is a list of the basic kit I use for interior conservatory deep cleaning.
1. Tall enough step ladder - Abru 6 rung combi class 1 step ladder is tall enough to do most like that safely.
Another option is to erect a working platform but I find working from a ladder quicker and safe enough myself.
2. Vacuum cleaner - if required for large amount of dead bugs, cobwebs etc.
3. Bucket of hot water with ubik in it - change water when required.
4. Micro cloths - use one constantly rung out so just damp to wash over frames & dry with others
5. White none scratch pad/sponge pot scrubbers - helps to remove stubborn marks & bug poo on plastic.
6. Crevice hand brush - comes in very handy to get grime out of crevices, mouldings & corners when rapping a damp micro cloth around it.
7. Floor micro mops & clean spare micro heads - sometimes used to clean plastic roofs quickly from the ground.
8. Magic sponge
9. Upvc cream & solvent cleaner - only used when required.
10. Broom & dustpan & brush
11. Trad gear for glass
Hope this helps?
Jesus smurf that's a lot of gear lol, I tried pole with squeegee on end and mop but it kept running down my arm and all going in my face, not very professional. :/