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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by daveyboy, Jul 26, 2015.

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  1. daveyboy

    daveyboy Legend
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    What do you guys use as a scraper and how do you attach it to pole??
    Any advice or links appreciated
     
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  2. adamangler

    adamangler Wakefield Window Warrior
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    you mean when using wfp?

    I find soaking gets most stuff off just come back to it, or i just use side of brush head and scrat it lol.
     
  3. Jimroot

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    I'm about to order the Gardiner one as I came up against some unbeatable bird **** the other week, I think it sits opposite the brush and has an abrasive pad and scraper in one.
     
  4. daveyboy

    daveyboy Legend
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    I don't have a gardiner pole and i heard that only fits them
     
  5. Jimroot

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    Ok soz can't help then :-(
     
  6. daveyboy

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    Maybe ubik or virosol on the brush might work..got some first cleans to do wfp
     
  7. Jake

    Jake Grand Master
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    I turn the pole round so the back of the brush can be used to 'scrape' it off, though you need to be careful you don't scratch the window, but it does work. I use this as a last resort though, not really ideal!
     
  8. Jimroot

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    If you're using the brush head, couldn't you stick on a mild abrasive pad direct? Might be less chance of a scratch
     
  9. daveyboy

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    That's an idea jimroot
    Might give that some thought
     
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