Where to find a cart???

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by LadderAndSqueegee, May 18, 2015.

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  1. LadderAndSqueegee

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    I've been tradding for 2 yrs now and always had my ladders on my roof rack which was fine when my houses were far apart but now I have more customers, closer together, and I'd like to walk my round with my ladders and equipment on/in a cart. Can I find a cart online though? No way Pedro.

    Anyone have any suggestions as to where I might find one? I'd rather not have to build one from scratch.

    Cheers in advance.

    Steve.
     
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  2. cheapncheerful

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    dont suppose there are any on ebay...

    there have been some great ones posted on here...

    good luck hunting one down..:D
     
  3. LadderAndSqueegee

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    Nah, none on there that I can see. Thanks CnC :)
     
  4. Eviestevie

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    Morrisons car park
    You'll need a pound tho;)
     
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  5. LadderAndSqueegee

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    Lol. Very good.
     
  6. Smurf

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    Why not do away with ladders altogether & pole trad top windows instead


     
  7. LadderAndSqueegee

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    Wow, pretty sweet set-up. If it could accommodate a ladder too it would be immense. I use a short pole to give a bit of extra reach from the top of my ladder with windows above porches etc but don't like using poles because it doesn't allow you to sweep the frames, wash the frames, have as much accuracy when mopping/squeegeeing, you cant easily tidy/scrim the window edges and it's difficult to see any runs/streaks from the ground. Really do like what he's done with that trailer though.
     
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  9. boarcity

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    cart.jpg what about a sweepers cart
     
  10. LadderAndSqueegee

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    Great idea BC! Looking it up now. Thanks.
     
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