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Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by tench0771, Mar 14, 2014.

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  1. tench0771

    tench0771 Grand Master
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    ive just got some of these blue cloths frm wilko £3 each cut them in half an there perfect size there ace i got 10 so cut them[​IMG] now i have 20 well wrth geting[​IMG]
     
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  2. mrtaytay

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    Not a bad price....are they the fine weave type.
     
  3. james81

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    I can not find a use for such Micro cloths, Just shop at Window cleaning warehouse and pick up some of the Unger blue sill clothes £1 each with VAT I have a stack of them, 2 ninjas & 3 scrims, never need anything else! :)
     
  4. tench0771

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    thats a good price m8 £1 a peace ill get a couple to try out :thumbsup:
     
  5. tench0771

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    im not shore m8 i no there very good tho i luv them so mch im guna get shot of me scrims as there that good
     
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    scrim say 'i'll be back''
     
  7. Bingo

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    Those blue Unger MF sill cloths are great. In-fact, they're too nice to use as a sill cloth when new.
    I got loads of them, when new I use them for my valeting/detailing jobs wiping off polish/wax....after a while, they then get relegated for sills/frames on window cleaning jobs.

    I also use the large fine weave Unger Micro Wipes, but will be popping into Wilko's to have a look at those Tench, good price if they're the fine weave ones....cheers :).
     
  8. tench0771

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    no prob m8, ive notest there speeding me up buy 20 minits every 2 hours on shop fronts conpaired to a scrim !! due to less faffing about detailing im shocked realy as i dident think i could wrk any faster:)
     
  9. Posh

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    I find the same with my fishscale micros. Miles better then a scrim especially in the summer
     
  10. norm

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    thats serious time saving mate
     
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