Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by boarcity, Jan 26, 2016.
iv a liquidator in a wagtail squeegee and its my main squeegee. works good on a pole
I have a couple. One on a wagtail too another on an ettore handle.
I like them. And they work grand on a pole.
I would like to see how that's done. I have a Wagtail Combi Tool and am not sure I can put a Liquidator on that. Do I need a different Wagtail handle? One with a disc?
Sounds good. How did you set up the Liquidator on a Wagtail? Which Wagtail will work?
I have mine in a wagtail slimline flipper and it is the only trad tool for pole work
Polzn Bladz showed me the best technique to use and i can use it on residential work with no detailing
His vids are gone now but check out wagga (Christopher Dawber ) on youtube as he has it sussed and has a few vids on using wagtail on a pole..just swap the channel for a liquidator and it's perfect
So I tried my Liquidator on a pole using the Moerman swivel handle on 0 degrees and it works great!
Here is mine - it was once a wagtail slimline flipper as well I believe, but wagtail have changed their design a number of times. I assume any of the slim squeegees would work. Or you can get just the pivot control handle from the cleaning spot
I have the same one wwc
I didn't drill the channel and the screw holds it fine
Also i heated the bottom of the clamp with a heat gun and squashed it against the underside of the channel to hold it tighter