Wagtail

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by Mr B shine, May 29, 2013.

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  1. Mr B shine

    Mr B shine Active Member
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    are there many on here that use them?
     
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  2. Bingo

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    I do :Image7: .
     
  3. Mr B shine

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    thank you for that in depth an informative reply :Image2:

    and how pray tell do you get on with it? what are in your mind the benefits of one?
     
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    I have a wagtail.. I use if for a few high shop fronts, and also for high interior windows. Just pop it on the end of a Harris pole. It's good on a pole so you can do the fan technique rather than having to do straight pulls.. Makes thing a bit easier
     
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    No problem :Image3: ........just my wierd sense of humour mate, you'll get used to me :Image13: .
    I use Wagtails most of the time, especially for pole work.
    I have a couple of (14"and18")Whirlwinds, 18", 22" and 30" PC Handle Squeegee's and a 18" Wagtail Applicator.
    If your going to use any Wagtail on a pole, get youself a 'Wagtail Angle Arm'.....makes a massive difference.
    With the 'Angle Arm' on the pole, you can fan all the way down to ground level, if any obstructions in front of the window, you can even fan from the side of the window.
    Wouldn't be without my Wagtails....I love-um :Image7: .
     
  6. mark m

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    IF you are thinking about buying one there is a new one coming out very soon
     
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    Are you on about the 'Wagtail Feather' Mark......I bet it will be a while before it comes to Britain...same as with the new Combi.

    That's the only problem with Wagtail......they are always bringing out newer updated versions.... a bit annoying when you can't get hold of them over here.

    Mr Erken knows how to make his money eh!
     
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    Combi is the one I am thinking off that's the one I want to try
     
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    Who's selling the new Combi yet...anyone got it in-stock yet :Image6: .
     
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