Wfp on bottoms

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by KieMan, Jan 9, 2015.

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  1. KieMan

    KieMan Member
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    Excuse title not suggesting to replace toilet paper for a wfp....was just wondering what is your stance on basically using the pole system on whole house not just tops, i used to pole tops and blade bottoms but recently started clean the whole house with pole as i had it out what's the point in not using it.....found i getting more jobs done per day.........just curious of views. cheers
     
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  2. Jonathan Sanderson

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    Yip. It's far quicker. Can easily finish my day an hour two sooner doing all WFP.
     
  3. WWC

    WWC Well-Known Member
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    Some people blade the bottom windows as they are trying to conserve water i.e. they do their run in a car and don't have the space for a big tank.
     
  4. abs

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    I agree there's a guy close to me that uses a punto and he only carries 50 ltr , I work out my estate and can carry 250ltr so I do everything with my wfp
     
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    van is ready to go tomorrow, top + bottoms for the first time, not just the odd one but all. luckilly all in one housing estate. all new builds so all easy to clean.
    looking forward to it.

    i will still be expecting something to happen to ruin it all.

    set-up today, no leaks. set-up a lot different than my first set-up.
    a lot of help and hints from you guys, THANK-YOU
     
  6. Smurf

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    I always carry my trad gear in the van just incase things go tits up but I wfp everything now including pets and children if they should get in my way :D
     
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    tench0771 Grand Master
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    i wfp every thing but some times its quicker to trad if u dont need a ladder ect but 90 percent of the time its wfp the lot for my round , the back pack is nce tho for when u do tops only funny anouth today i did a road were i normly trad the lot the fronts r high but the backs have flat roofs with windows an doms ect that need cleaning an wfp is out as i still need a ladder to get up there ect , but i thault sod it im guna take the back pack down an do the front tops an i realy injoyed it no high aquad windows to strugle on plane sailing it was an i did the road mch quicker.
     
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    #8 Smurf, Jan 9, 2015
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    You soon find out which methods are best as each have their pro's and con's
     
  9. cheapncheerful

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    it depends a lot on .....what type of glass the house has.....me not like that funny glass

    them backpacks go anywhere.......:D 20150106_140756.jpg
     
  10. Smurf

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    So do you it seems ffs :D
     
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