Wfp Cleaning Over Front Door In Wintery Weather

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by swas, Nov 15, 2012.

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  1. swas

    swas Active Member
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    right guys, ive been using wfp with backpack last 5 months, now as winter is coming, what do you do to clean these windows over front doors when the excess water which falls down can become icy whats the best way to avoid this , or leave them, or use a pole and aplicator and blade., i think this will annoy customers who notice this happening., not wanting them cleaned wfp way. well you all know what i mean :wacko: :rolleyes:
     
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  2. Extremecleansussex

    Extremecleansussex Active Member
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    I have a bag of salt since a customer broke her leg in two places on ice a couple of years ago. My public liability insurance doubled because if it.
     
  3. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

    M.K Cleaners.co.uk Grand Master
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    Cancel it and get another insurer?
     
  4. bluemonkey

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    if it is that cold, that water is frezzing on the floor, i go home,
     
  5. Solar Steve

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    I carry a big tub of rock salt, gleaned from my local salt bin. That's why we pay council tax eh?! Sprinkle a bit around each door as you go. Might cost you 5 mins per house, but at least you are managing to work all day.
     
  6. harunh

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    I like :p
     
  7. rcproperty

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    Did you guys know that you can still be held more liable if someone still slipped on it when you have gritted it!
    I either trad it, cloth it or leave it.
     
  8. Bingo

    Bingo Grand Master
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    No!
    The salt / grit in the community bins is for use only in the community – on public paths, pavements and roads and not for private use on driveways or garden paths.
     
  9. harunh

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    LOL
     
  10. harunh

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    tesco have a big tub of salt/grit for £5.00 :)
     
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