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How much pure water do you use on a full days work?


Diwrnach

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Haha, today I done 13 houses, the cheapest being £5 and most expensive £25. used all water. When I 1st started, 300l was more than enough. But now I could do with more.....If you have the chance to have 500l then go for it. Start as you mean to go on.

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Depends what I'm doing but can and often use 600 litres in a day now.

Yes my 200 is me being really careful when I worked for my brothers commercial window cleaning company we used 1400 ltrs most days

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I use around 200l a day, if I know I've got a first clean on I make sure I put an extra tub of water in the car to cover it.

 

Regular maintenance cleans don't take anywhere near as much water as first cleans & I do trad a few ground floor windows too to make sure my water lasts the day.

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4 houses out of 25ltr....must be small houses.
semi detached houses. You don't need vast pressure when cleaning: ) or floods of water on floors. And I use spray bottle for all doors now which preserves water usage.
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it does depend on what type of clean...first cleans use tons...but..if poss....use da dirty tap water first....:thumbsup:in fact ...when i retire my trolley as i want what pura has....i may just use that for da dirty tap stuff...

 

of course....you soon want more...im a pure junkie..:rolleyes:off to order more barrels....

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