wagtail squeegee

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  1. jambo113

    jambo113 Guest

    hi has anyone used one of them wagtail whirlwind squeegees? I've got a couple of properties on my round with windows above slippery pitched roofs and ive been using a extension pole with my scrubber on then swapping over to a squeegee but its awkward and i can only go in one direction, ive seen these used on you tube and they look great but are they worth buying?
     
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  2. THEY ARE GOOD BUT TAKES A WHILE TO GET USED TO USING THEM
     
  3. Masons

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    No need to shout Colin....
     
  4. Hinty

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    I agree with Col - took ages to get used to wagtail, but has its place - pole work shops, and inside car showrooms etc it is really handy. If I can reach at ground level though I would prefer to use seperate squeegee/Applicator.

    Dave
     
  5. jambo113

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    ii got one and it turned up today i had a play with it it does take a bit of getting use to i found it easier when using it on a pole to put the pad on top and just flick it back also make sure the waters not to suddy
     
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