liquidator tales

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  1. norm

    norm Grand Master
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    once upon a time there was 3 sets of liquidator twins who were born in the moerman family
    one day they were adapted and set off on an exciting adventure to their new family
    when they arrived they were so happy and couldn't wait to join with their new family and help out doing there favouret thing cleaning windows
    Alas after several dozen attempts their new dad was not happy with their effort and they found themselves as trophy children looking good but doing little


    part 2 will follow later
     
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  2. daveyboy

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    I put it down to bad adopted parents
     
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  3. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Liquidator is the greatest thing to happen to Moerman ever, produced cheap, sold high, no spares bought by every poor unsuspecting window cleaner in the country.

    I have one of each size laying in the bottom of 'things I should never have bought' bucket.

    So many on here talking about modding modding modding, why spend money on something that still needs to be modified?

    I will stick to my trusty Ettore channels.
     
  4. daveyboy

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    How does it still need to be modified?

    Horses for courses i s'pose as i have no problems and love em
     
  5. boarcity

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    love mine , will be buying a few more to cut to different sizes,id been waiting to see if theyd start selling different sizes but no joy

    i think i will need a chopsaw to cut the channel accurately , im thinking using a hacksaw would just mess up the cut edge
     
  6. Jake

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    Yeah I love the liquidator, it's not for everyone, we all have our preferences
     
  7. daveyboy

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    Boar i used a hacksaw on mine no problem
    Very soft to cut and a slight rub with a file after
    As long as it's near enough dead straight the clip goes on straight and the bit where the end and the clip meet will be fine if not 100% straight
     
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  8. Duncs

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    i use mine all the time
    really pleased with it
     
  9. boarcity

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    thats interesting [soft to cut]as up till now id been thinking they are made of Aero alloy ,{same as Pulex Featherweight , which is hard aluminium} .

    i had come to that conclusion because my liquidator channels have no tendency to bend ,theyre still as straight as the 1 st day i got them

    unlike Wagtail channels which bend fairly easily
     
  10. daveyboy

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    Hell of a lot easier to cut than the ss channels
     
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