Wagtail Wave

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by mark m, May 10, 2016.

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  1. mark m

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  2. spruce

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    The concept looks fine on the glass mark m but how do you clean the frames and sills though?
     
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    Just like so many wagtail tools
    Good at 1 thing but can't do the whole job 100%
     
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    In the final video which I will sort out very soon I have mentioned it is no good for frames I have also mentioned it on youtube on this video it would work very quick as a solar cleaning brush , large surfaces and glass Balustrades
     
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    Fair comment. So really quite limited for everyday window cleaning as daveyboy noted.

    I wonder if Perry Tait's constructor brush is a better concept although far too heavy and expensive. Also not totally convinced about how successful the top rinse bar on the brush would be for cleaning the top window frame, especially with brickwork above it.

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