Laddermat

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  1. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Just received a laddermat from midland ladders I got from fleebay for 20 squid inc delivery.

    Must say it looks better than the pics so should come in handy to carry in the van for use on slopping ground when used with me gutter clearing ladder system.

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  2. Smurf

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    Out of the wraper now so you can see it a bit better :Image13:
     
  3. james44

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    Had one for years smurf just dont use on wet grass!
     
  4. Smurf

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    Thanks James...
    Just want it to level the ladder when required and I'm not too worried about slipage as with me ankalad deployed the ladder is not going to move anyway. :Image9:
     
  5. Window Cleaning Rayleigh

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    Tis a quality bit of kit, I've used one for couple of years now, proper handy on uneven ground, use mine everyday I reckon
     
  6. mark m

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    had one for ages much better than a lump of wood a brick or what ever you can find when working on a slope :Image14:
     
  7. Window Cleaning Rayleigh

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    Haha see so many windys and roofers do this!! They must be insane!
     
  8. Smurf

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    Thought I better try one as used the side of a broom the other day as could not find anything else at hand :Image13:
     
  9. Masons

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    Used one for years with the last ompany I worked for.
    Don't have one now as rarely use ladders.
    Great bit of kit

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  10. Pegasus

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    Top quality. I used to lose loads of wooden wedges but this is harder to forget.
     
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