Wagtail

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by brad proctor, Feb 23, 2013.

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  1. brad proctor

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    Anybody using Wagtail combination?
     
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  2. Posh

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    Moved to traditional window cleaning
     
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    Trying it at the mo & still trying to get used to it.
     
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    Takes practice getting use to one but I find comes in very handy for inside cleans.
     
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    I bought one a couple of years ago, but have never got on very well with it, mainly because it is too light, and hurt my wrist after a bit. I have now put a small nut and bolt through the top to keep it straight, which I know is cockeyed, but it works for me. I keep it for a spare and use it on wooden framed patios, conservatories etc.
     
  6. brad proctor

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    Cheers but just been to see my mate who's. Got one. And had a go and found it glides a lot easier also saves. A lot of. Time with being washer and squeeze. In one
     
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