turn marks

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  1. Adam curtis

    Adam curtis Active Member
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    hi lads any one else get turn marks in the corners there driving me mad they ent there all the time but every now and a gain I see them don't no if it's the low sun or what don't matter what I do still seem to find them any one help me please cheers in advance adam
     
  2. mark

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    in low sun you see everything!!!obviously you are trad.try ecover & vinegar in your water.it works!!!
     
  3. mark

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    + pure water if you can get it
     
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    It's the time of the year. If I was a YouTube then I would show you how to avoid them in the winter but it's a bit hard to describe.

    If a customer moans just say it's a small downside of the trad method. They can always go for a wfp cleaner but then they will be trading the odd stripe, with the odd spot. Marks of one form or another are inevitable when the sun is low, so long as they are clean it is good enough. If they are too picky then it's a cause for being dumped. The picky ones are usually the ones that told you they fired their last windy- my alarm bells always go off. There is simply no pleasing this type of person.
     
  5. mark

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    when you clean the outsides in low sun,& then are asked to clean the insides:eek:.every mark,scratch-fingerprints etc,you name it-you see it.
     
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  6. CHWS

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    Yea have to agree with the wfp spots iv noticed them more with the low sun , hate a low sun like
     
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    Skillful rinsing and knowing problematic seals stops marks from WFP and of course 0ppm (below 5 still good). Still get the odd tinker but generally spotless. Only time there is issues is on bad first cleans, but always warn the customers they can spot first time up. I always rinse cm below top seals.

    Low sun is a *****, annoys me how many of my regulars pay me good money but never clean there insides looks awful, yet never take me up on doing the insides a couple of times yearly lol!
     
  8. tench0771

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    tips i can give is.
    hard rubber
    fresh clean water
    ettore squeegee off
    strate pulls on big windows
    new rubber is essential i change mine quiet reguler now
     
  9. Adam curtis

    Adam curtis Active Member
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    Cheers will give it a go tomorrow How much viniger do u put in a bucket thank u
     
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    Frustrations of the purest nature >:((
     
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