John guest factory

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  1. staneland01

    staneland01 Newcomer
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    Been asked to put in a quote to clean the metal cladding on this john guest factory. Also the guttering and the sofits. I haven't had much experience in commercial cladding cleaning but I did a little patch with just pure and it come off quite easy. Any thoughts on pricing and methods of cleaning? I'm thinking cladding brush with fan jets or maybe tfr,ubik or viro sol pre spray?
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  2. cheapncheerful

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    nice clean patch...nice job..

    but as well as money you want some fittings too..:D
     
  3. Jake

    Jake Grand Master
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    Yeah get us a Load of fittings whilst your there ;)
     
  4. albootyerbaws

    albootyerbaws Well-Known Member
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    pressure washer.
     
  5. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Wfp or pressure washing will still be a ball breaking job so charge very well for the hassle or just do a runner
     
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    Don't be frightened to ask for what you want for the job as they are not expecting it to be done for peanuts.
     
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