still some decent people about

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by daveyboy, Oct 7, 2015.

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  1. daveyboy

    daveyboy Legend
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    Smashed my brush today the first time i left my pole extended and this happened

    A local guy lent me this until my new one arrives 20151007_133727.jpg

    Nice to see still nice people about
     
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  2. Jake

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    How did you smash your brush?
     
  3. daveyboy

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    Left pole extended leaning against gutter on townhouse while i took my jumper off
    Slipped sideways
     
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    Lucky it was just the brush Davey, could have been worse, perhaps a pole section. However lesson learnt.

    I doff my cap to your chap that sorted a loaner.
     
  5. daveyboy

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    It's a guy i see about a lot
    Worked for the same firm years ago when i was subbing so know him to chat :turd: when i see him
    He found it funny but also did me a big favour
     
  6. daveyboy

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    I am always preaching that you should never leave pole extended without your hands on it and proved myself right lol
    Ordered a xline jobbie and a cheap vikan for the fascia type jobs i do to avoid using the same brush
     
  7. Jake

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    what pole you got Dave?
     
  8. daveyboy

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    Bayersan fibreglass jobbie
    Wondering if carbon would've shattered
     
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    Better get on youtube to check out some tradding videos Dave or else you'll be skint waiting for that new pole to turn up.:D:whistle:
     
  10. Jake

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    It wouldn't have shattered, only asked as I thought you might have a facelift pole as it looks like mine in the picture! But I suppose they use those resi necks on loads of poles, but just thought I'd ask...

    Carbon poles are hard wearing, and they won't break or shatter from falling - worth getting one in the future mate, but not essential...
     
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