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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by tench0771, Apr 14, 2014.

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  1. tench0771

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    #2 Smurf, Apr 14, 2014
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    Think he need to change his rubber and use less soap maybe :laugh:

    Windows cleaned with wfp pure water lasts upto 10 times longer don't you know. Just don't go telling your customers that...Bless him :D
     
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    Hahaha what the......? I have never ever seen windows like that after tradding

    I wonder if he is selling wfp by any chance?
     
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    Well it’s obvious keir you’re not using the right camera lens then. :D
     
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    Haha yeah and i dont recreate 'a months worth of dirt' by blowing 2 handfuls of dust onto the window :laugh:
     
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    Shadap fool

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    Not you tench :D
     
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    I believe he exaggerates it but it is true. Was just thinking the exact same thing the other day. Squeege wont remove 100% of the soapy liquid, of course it wont be visible to your eyes, but it's still there, even if we talk about only 0.5% of the original amount, it's there.
     
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    Please, do we have to listen to this dumbass pseudo science everytime a pole vs squeegee conversation arises. I'm fed up of listening to the science pumped out by WFP manufacturers because, guess what.....they are trying to sell you something!!!Poles are good if used properly, squeegees are good if used properly- now please can we leave it at that.
     
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    WFP ain't the magic formula! I cleaned a house this morning with direct sun light on the glass. The glass is uPVC leaded and has a greasy feel to it. Anyway, in the corners you could see the brush hadn't cleaned well enough. I took a scrim to it and it went!
     
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    #10 Smurf, Apr 16, 2014
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    You can't beat a good hand job sometimes Tuffers for sure :D

    It's funny that if pure water worked so well then why so many (including myself) on first cleans need to use a boost i.e use some kind of chem too.:rolleyes:
     
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