trolly water fed system

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by slipknot, Jan 29, 2016.

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  1. slipknot

    slipknot Active Member
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    hey guys so i am a traditional window cleaner but the other day i come across a women's flat which the council pay once a year to clean but she likes our monthly approach, and her flat had been cleaned using the WFS and honestly it does amaze me, but i am the one who is always doing tops. there is only 2 of us and its family run but my partner don't think the WFS is any good as he is stuck in his ways.

    i personally want to buy the trolly WFS system and get some practice with it and prove its well worth the £500 and can help us year more money.

    i will also buy the whole R/O pureifer as well. i want to use 25L barrel. with a pipe which has a trigger thing. i know it won't last long maybe 2 or 3 houses just doing the tops. but i had say 5 of them for a 4 hour day then it might work

    what i am asking is has anyone got this system and uses it every day.
     
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  2. mark

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    harvest rain water,buy a 11 ltr di and process your own,diy or buy a back pack for less than a ton and buy a cheap pole or harris pole.you don't need to shell out £500 if your not sure.thats why ebay is full of **** that people couldn't make a go of it.
     
  3. Tuffers

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    Go for it, you won't look back :thumbsup:
     
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  4. slipknot

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    how many houses would the backpack clean, how long would the water last ?
     
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    Sorry mate. In your first post you say you have an unger on demand system so why would you not use that at home to fill your 25l drums instead of buying another RO unit?
     
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    image.jpeg Don't buy a trolley system. Save yourself some money and get one of the backpacks and put it on a sack barrow. Total cost for mine was around £160 once I'd bought fittings etc. That doesn't include pole and brush though.
     
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  7. slipknot

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    sorry green pro what i ment what the council pay another window cleaning company who uses the wfs. i only have traddinal window cleaning stuff. i do like that idea with that trolly
     
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    1452976513997.jpg This is my version..cheap as chips
    Pump and battery in grey box
    No need to buy a backpack for 105 quid delivered. .although i am going to buy one anyway
    30m of hose then 30m of pole hose fits on there perfectly
     
  9. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    slipknot i confused you with another new user that has on demand unger system. My apologies.
     
  10. Hydro_tech29

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    Hi Slipknot, I have a trolley system which i use for domestic work and it works well. Ok there are issues with changing the 25 ltr barrels if your van isnt nearby but its real handy to just pull it along and get working. I can sometimes clean 2 semi detached houses on a barrel if reguar customers. Your partner should definitly rethink his views on wfp;)
     
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