Squeegee selection ???

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  1. Paul

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    I'm looking to purchase a decent set of squeegees and applicators, there are so many out the does anybody have any personal favourites or any brands to avoid?

    I dont want to buy just because they are cheap I want a decent set that's going to do a
    Decent job ( obviously with my amazing squeegee skills applied lol).

    Also a good soap and extension pole?

    Thanks :)
     
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  2. laddergarder

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    I'd stick with Unger, but don't bother with the Ninja ones, just go with the standard squeegee.
     
  3. jasonbrien

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    Squeegees run the majority of the water off the window and leave a small amount behind which evaporates quickly. Using a squeegee for interior window cleaning may be undesirable for the excess water it gets on the sill if the mop was too wet.
     
  4. Paul

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    :-/ you lost me here pal lol i am easily confused tho lol
     
  5. James

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    One word - Unger.

    Can't beat them.

    James.
     
  6. Posh

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    Unger for me too
     
  7. A.K WINDOWS

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    stick with unger as above good gear.
     
  8. Posh

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    And e-cover liquid altho your find we all use different kinds. I also find morning fresh pretty good.
     
  9. A.K WINDOWS

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    im on magnum at the min aldis own washing liquid its mint sparkling windows no smears or line ect.£1 for a bi bootle lol
     
  10. Matty H

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    Go for Unger pro and get 3 or 4 different length channels to cover all potential jobs. Get some Unger rubbers in soft for winter / hard for summer. Also Unger applicators are good.
    I use the Unger liquid as well.

    So, yeah, Unger I suppose :)
     
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