just about finished this beast of a job .........

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Midlands_Cleaners, Dec 16, 2013.

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  1. Midlands_Cleaners

    Midlands_Cleaners Active Member
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    #1 Midlands_Cleaners, Dec 16, 2013
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  2. keir

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    Whoa!!!! I like it

    Well done, nice job just before chrimbo
     
  3. scrim it

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    Great job, what business uses that building?
    How much water were you using per day or was your pole attached to a tap?
    How many people were working on it?
    IS it a pvc material you were cleaning?
    Thanks for photos.
    Good photos for you to use in advertising (website/ facebook)
     
  4. mufcglen

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    bloody el how many litres dude!!
     
  5. Newbie cleaner

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    Very nice job I bet its a makro or something, did they contact you for that one?

    I would of just ran the sprinkler system lol
     
  6. Midlands_Cleaners

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    its a warehouse being refurb'd not sure what company will be moving into it .... and going through around 1500-1800 litres a day! its aliminium cladding but pratically same as upvc had me n another lad on from monday - friday cleaning cladding then me on me own cleaning cladding saturday as the other git couldnt hack it after a friday night out lol then cleaning block paving there yesterday, windows today n back to cladding tommorow :( only got 4 panels left now though so should be done in a hour or 2. nice little earner though :)
     
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    Well done that man crimbo is on you lol
     
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    Just pure water used or tap water? I'd love to know how you priced it.
     
  9. Midlands_Cleaners

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    ubik & hot water was using pure for 1st fill up but tank was only lasting 3-4 hours with 2 man working contstant so had to fill with tap water onsite after that......... id like to no how i priced aswell lol, tbf worked out alrite 8 days so far and each day has just about trebled my normal working wage ;) working sat and sun in rain and shine aswell so all good
     
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