Hi everyone, While wagtailing the above-ground-floor windows using the pole, you have plenty of opportunities to leave some soap underneath the top of window frame or, on the contrary, by its very bottom. And you will often leave the soap also anywhere else on the window pane, especially if the pane is too small for your rubber blade manoeuvring or if the blade judders in an almost right angle towards the window pane. So, "in otherwise the same circumstances" there is much more need for detailing while doing the pole work than while using a squeegee handle on the ground floor (or, actually, also anywhere else, if you are standing on the ladder). So, how would you go about the detailing after using a wagtail (or any other) squeegee mounted on the pole? Would you detail immediately after using the squeegee, or would you first leave the remaining soap dry on the window pane? Would you detail in a one go, or would you apply several stages of detailing? What sort of material would you prefer to use for the detailing and why? Microfibre, scrim, chamois? Or even a sponge? Dry or wet? And if wet, would you use a tap water, rain water or de-ionised water to wet it? And last but not least, what pole-mounted tool would you use as a carrier of the detailing material? A T-bar? Any valid experience will be most appreciated.