Need A Internal Cleaning Kit Now

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by harunh, Sep 11, 2012.

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  1. harunh

    harunh Legend
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    Clraned a hotel today for 35 quid they want their their internsl downstairs doing i quoted 60 kwid she was happy with it.. Am going for the vikan easyshine kit. A few people said these are good. Am not tradding it either :) just want a good internal kit
     
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  2. GMcleaning

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    ridiculous! why get an internal micro kit instead of a mop and blade, bite the bullet H and learn to trad, its the best/only way
     
  3. rcproperty

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    I would trad it too, indoor kits are good but you do use a few pads, be quicker and easier doing it by hand, plus cheaper.
     
  4. Gmeister

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    Yourl prob spend £60 on getting the cleaning kit to just clean it the one time only.

    So whats the point, if you trad yourl get to keep ALL the £60!
     
  5. harunh

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    this is internal and external clean every month mate so its not to bad :)

    60 quid for exterior and outside.... and it will only take me 2 and a half hours for both :)

    plus i cant trad it... because i will need step ladders.. and i cant use ladders their because the tables and charis etc are near the windows. so a viking kit would be ideal
     
  6. rcproperty

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    I use ladders in the pub I do and if things move they get moved
     
  7. Masons

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    Priceless...

    Also, is this a small hotel? £60 in an out?

    I never charge less for insides then I do outsides.

    The fact you ask for peoples advice H on so many matters and yet won't take EVERYONES advice to get an app and blade set up is beyond me.

    Have fun wasting money on an indoor kit when trad gear is 1,000,000% better.
     
  8. harunh

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    yeah but thats just downstairs mate :)

    plus the indoorkit will pay off mate
     
  9. rcproperty

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    So would trad! Lol you would use a lot of pads for it plus what happens if the pad is bigger than the windows to be cleaned?
     
  10. Gmeister

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    Ill tell you what mate if you got many big indoor jobs and you wont trad it, ill come up to you and do them myself while you do the outsides! :p :D :p :D

    I think the indoor kit is good, but its like those floor mops, which uses pads, you have to keep buying them, and they cost a lot more then a squeegee rubber! yourl use a number of them just for one job, a squeegee rubber lasts aaagggees!
     
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