New Pro Gutter Tool

Discussion in 'Gutter & Fascia Cleaning' started by Smurf, Feb 6, 2013.

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  1. Smurf

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  2. iluvwindows

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    1 needs to go on a impact training course (ladders)

    2 Not every gutter will be as smooth sailing as that

    and last the plastic on the end doesn't look very durable imo
     
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    you and your H&S lol its only step ladders huh! lol ;)
     
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    The videos ****, like all other promotional videos, its shows what could happen in the best situation.....

    What happens when the gutters are near full and you try drag it back? Overflow!
     
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    I did notice that chap was using the top step on that step ladder which is not very cleaver thing to do.

    Yes I know where you’re coming from lads as could that tool be used like that on most jobs I get would have to say probably not.

    To be honest I think it's quite a good idea having a tool shaped to go under tiles like that which also doesn't catch on gutter clips.

    After saying that might come in handy on some jobs or part of jobs where the guttering is not so blocked with sods etc. I've found when clearing gutters out by hand using a pole and gutter spoon it can take longer to get **** from under the tiles as I pull the pole back. So then I have to keep going back over it to clear the gutter properly.


    Would that gutter tool work or not I suppose all depends on if you can actually get it into the gap between the tiles and guttering in the first place. Also not catch or jam up when you pull the pole back. Also nearly forgot to mention may gutters I clear have cables from sat & tv run along inside parts of the guttering so I bet that has not been taken into consideration in the design.

    Now wonder why when I emailed for some free samples to evaluate their new products they decided for some reason not to reply :D
     
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    for all the hand jobs you get splash out and dont be so miserable looking for freebies
     
  7. Smurf

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    All good hand jobs you should get splash out unless it's gone dry :D

    As they say if me pole won't fit in your gap missus then a good hand job should do the trick. :lol:

    Mind you a good suck works wonders to get rid of the wet stuff too :rolleyes:

     
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    A good sucking from the GutterVac required.. ;)
     
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    What if you did not have a guttervac would you still give a quote?
     
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