What Brush For Gutters and Facias?

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  1. Poles Apart

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    Won a big job today, blokes bought a house in the country and it's gutted, he wants windows cleaned, facias, soffits, garage door, con roof and all gutters it's filthy so what's the best brush stiff or soft, never used virasol but heard some mix with ecover is this true?
     
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    Up the villa :thumbsup:
     
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    I take it it's all white plastic then?
     
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    if its all white and he wants a gd job done id get £££ in and convince him to get it cleaned with cream cleaner itll be like brand new
     
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    Black actually used to be white
     
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    Used it before (nightmare work), haven't been up a ladder for 5 years but just ordered a telescopic one to access a roof for this job, quoted £450 and the blokes happy I'll take some pics and put em on here it's minging he's phoning me next week told him to give me a week notice.
     
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    Sounds a bit of a nightmare of a job to me so would be good to see some before and after pics when your done.:thumbsup:

     
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