Window Cleaning Bike

Discussion in 'Tutorials & DIY' started by Smurf, Mar 25, 2013.

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  1. Smurf

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    why use a bike AND a van???
     
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    What's the point of the bike in the van ? Surely if you had a van you wouldn't need a bike ? Lol .
     
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    Free parking closer to where you need to work in town to do shop fronts maybe? or would you rather peddle miles instead :Image16:
     
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    looks to mch like hard wrk 2 me but it would save u a gym membership lol :Image9:
     
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    Seen a guy near me doing windows off a bike. Has one of those telescopic ladders which he straps to his back! I can only assume he uses wet/dry towels to do the windows as haven't seen a bucket - though he could carry a small one in the bag he has strapped to the rack on the back of the bike. Must be knocking on 60.
     
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    This is my WFP window cleaning bike!
     
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    Do you use trad or WFP? i see no ladders or poles!?!?!?
     
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    Water fed pole, the pole sits on the side of the bike, cant really see it in the picture, It has two 25L Barrels a 18L backpack, A 25ft pole, my trad gear, there is a wee step ladder that can go on top and a 7L di
     
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