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Dave B

But i reckon the wfp would take most of the crap off so i could then concentrate on the stained bits

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Smurf

For awkward bits the only safe way is to wash them down using a wfp :thumbsup:

But i reckon the wfp would take most of the **** off so i could then concentrate on the stained bits

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Smurf

Great handy tools to keep in the van as I have a selection of poles I can use if need be too :thumbsup:

 

Gonna get some progutter tools this week

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Tuffers
Actually he is good like that

Always when we go out doesn't let me put my hand in my pocket

That's why i have a dilemma

Still my time being taken up

 

^^ if that's the case and it won't take hours I wouldn't charge him.

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Dave B

He wouldn't let me do it without paying something

He is like me and believes in a fair days pay for a fair days graft

Just his fair days pay is a tad more than ours

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Smurf

Thanks @cheapncheerful :thumbsup:

 

I have to clear approx 120m of guttering tomorrow so that should be fun on my own. I don't think I will get the time to take any pics of that one somehow :rolleyes:

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Smurf

Oh I'm so not looking forward to doing that job today but at least the weather looks on my side.

 

I will let you know how I get on as I've allowed 2 days to get it done.

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Scots lad

When a clean a gutter a Hoover them then a wash down using mould n mildew spray with a deck brush on extension pole then rinse tap water

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Smurf

I have never tried that suff is it any good?

When a clean a gutter a Hoover them then a wash down using mould n mildew spray with a deck brush on extension pole then rinse tap water

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Scots lad

Just stick it on brush light scrub then rinse after emptying out gutters works a treat

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Scots lad

It's called mould and mildew spray get it from supermarket or places like b&m

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Smurf

That 120m gutter clearing job I did today all by ladder took me just over 5 hours today so I was well chuffed with myself :)

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Scots lad

Nice when you get it we done thirty semi and detached houses

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Scots lad

An afternoon two of us doing them trad

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Smurf

So you and your mate can clean the fascia, soffits & gutters on 30 properties in an afternoon is that what you are saying or are you taking about window cleaning?:rolleyes:

An afternoon two of us doing them trad

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Dave B

Must be windows

Me and my mate used to do more than that when we were subbing

Used to sub a days work each and do it together

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Smurf

Yep that is what I thought too

 

By the way I did have time to take some pics after all today jus to prove to the client I was actually their :D

You can see them in another ladder thread here if interested....http://windowcleaningforums.co.uk/threads/types-of-ladders.14077/

Must be windows

Me and my mate used to do more than that when we were subbing

Used to sub a days work each and do it together

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Scots lad

Was windows we were doing sorry for the mix up

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