Wet Through

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by joe34, May 28, 2013.

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  1. joe34

    joe34 Well-Known Member
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    It tipped down all day today i got soaked but still earned 140 so not bad ,My mate who's a window cleaner too thinks i'm nuts working out in the rain.

    Does anyone eles work through on a wet day?
     
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    if you can earn, EARN!
     
  4. Masons

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    I try, I always have my early morning work which can be done any weather so when I'm not recovering from surgery I'll be working 280 days of a year without fail.
     
  5. OoO

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    I did a bit today not a lot but it was hammering it down.
     
  6. joe34

    joe34 Well-Known Member
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    Think it's going to be a wet week so i'm working no matter what ,got my mortgage and stuff coming out on the 1st! i hate sitting at home doing nothing aswell.
     
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    I done £200 today, not much rain about tho.
     
  8. Extremecleansussex

    Extremecleansussex Active Member
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    I always work (practically) whatever the weather. My customers know that I clean in the rain so don't complain if I'm cleaning and it's raining. That way I don't get behind and my customers know when I'm coming.
     
  9. joe34

    joe34 Well-Known Member
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    I think you've got the right idea,if you stopped every time theres bad weather in this country you would only do a 3 day week,it is all about getting your customers use to it.
     
  10. joe34

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    Thats a nice days earning 200 quid can't complain at that ,where abouts in the country are you ?
     
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