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john39

do any off you still get spotting even though your ppm is 000?

ive had a couple of custys say to me about spots on some of the windys

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johnny bravo

some glass will always leave spots, these you have to squeegy off, or trad clean.

i have a few. look great but go back and double check, some drips dry dirty. its the glass, it dosent rinse off great.

some are perfect, wash rinse. its usually the glass which leaves tiny water drips. they just b wont dissapear clean.

 

its so easy to loose a customer if you just think they will be clean because your water is 000 clear.

its the glass not you.

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Smurf

Yes ocasionaly but can be a number of reasons why this can happen.

 

I will inform new customers if I remember that it may take upto 3 cleans to condition the glass so minor spotting may occur as trapped dirt and old soap can leach from the window frames & seals especially on first cleans. To be honest most are not that bothered if you are open and honest with them upfront.

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Tuffers
Yes ocasionaly but can be a number of reasons why this can happen.

 

I will inform new customers if I remember that it may take upto 3 cleans to condition the glass so minor spotting may occur as trapped dirt and old soap can leach from the window frames & seals especially on first cleans. To be honest most are not that bothered if you are open and honest with them upfront.

 

Soap left in seals :eek: uh oh :whistle:

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Smurf

:rofl: well it true don't you know but some trad guys think we make things up just for the fun of it :D

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Alien Human

I have had some issues within the last week with spotting which is a first for me. I never had any issues while using reasonably priced poles and the problem has only started since I purchased a (very expensive) Gardiner pole. I really really don't think it has got anything to do with the new pole or brushes but have had moments of paranoia. Have been cleaning them lots and soaking them in pure water overnight just in case any oil or grease has somehow got on them.......

 

Anyway, my question is : do the black seals on the windows become looser, open up more etc when the weather is hotter.......and therefore let out more dirt - just a theory of mine without too much to back it up unless anyone feels the same. Cheers peeps

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Alien Human

.....meant to say that these issues have been with regular monthly customers who have had wfp for almost a year....any help appreciated

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Smurf

I would say it’s got to be that pole & brush you are using then but more like an operator’s error.

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Tuffers
I would say it’s got to be that pole & brush you are using then but more like an operator’s error.

 

Not pole and brush you mean Smurf?

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peter rogers

its all bout rinsing to

 

 

nd sash windows when u wash the top part it drips down if u go to fast and rinse the bottom on off the drips from the top sash will bounce back on to the bottom sash if that makes sense lol bounce back from the sill creates spotting to

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adamangler

Water fed pole just isnt 100% effective way to clean, 95% of the time its great but you will always get the odd issue. Still rather get the odd complaint than get up a ladder though

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♠Winp®oClean♠

I've worked all day with 024 ppm today with spotless results!! Given the vessel a good mix up & got it down to 005 ppm for tomorrow & I'll change it at the weekend (maybe:D)

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dredge3

I hav e1 pain of glass that spots every time at home. Its exactly the same as the one its joined to, which doesn't spot. ODD. Tried everything. Vision. Rising it to death. Virosol. Always spots a little

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norm

i found when i take more care shaking him after going helps prevent spotting :thumbsup:

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