Modded. Liquadator or s-channel+

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by Posh, Sep 7, 2015.

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  1. Posh

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    Used all 3 today. All 3 working well.
    Modded & s channel have unger soft
    Liquadator has razr red.

    So then I try the wagtail PG.
    Wow what a weird thing if yer not use to it.
    Think that's gonna take some practice.

    Problem now is which one do I use. I hate carrying loads.
    Maybe just alternate between them.
     
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  2. Eric Gilliand

    Eric Gilliand Well-Known Member
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    Which PG do you have? The one with the little black clip holding the pad or the newer version with Velcro?
     
  3. daveyboy

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    Put the liquidator channel in the wag
    Jobs a good un
     
  4. Eric Gilliand

    Eric Gilliand Well-Known Member
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    They are as close to being a perfect trad pairing as I've experimented with. I've heavily modded another handle and have the 18" (bare squeegee) performing really well. Just received the 12 and 22 channels so am also going to try Wagtail and 22". I'll post some pics and my findings later in the week.
     
  5. keefo

    keefo Well-Known Member
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    Does the strip wet up the window and the rubber work having the squeegee at the same angle. It looks as though you would need to almost hold it flat for the strip to work then alter angle for the rubber to work.
     
  6. Eric Gilliand

    Eric Gilliand Well-Known Member
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    The idea with the slip strips (at least the earlier ones worked like this) is exactly as you describe Keefo. Wet/light scrub and squeegee all in the one stroke.
     
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