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Dave B

@Pickingpaul is having trouble with this forum and not able to post anything..hopefully @Gav can sort it

Anyway i thought i would put a couple of links up as he had done some extensive testing of the combinator over the last few weeks

Check his vids on youtube as there are more

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albootyerbaws

another gimmick. you need to get some fairy liquid in the bucket seems to be dragging on the glass. squeaking a lot. its a wagtail renamed.

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Dave B

I'm gonna try one and see what I think

Paul knows his onions so i reckon it will be good to use

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Guest Pickingpaul

Cheers Dave for taking the time start a thread for me, i can post now.

 

And thanks to Gav for sorting my account out, not sure what happened but couldnt post anything :eek:

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Guest Pickingpaul

No point in strating a new thread, i appreciate Dave starting this one, so as dave said, ive been using the combinators for about 10 weeks now at work, so im quite used to them, i do like one passing the best as its fast bit as Albootyerbaws pointed out it does drag a bit, maybe thats my technique or solution, most of the time it doesnt squeak and is smooth, i find larger windows work better/easier

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Guest boarcity

hows the weight affecting your wrists when fanning,or is it erly days

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Guest Pickingpaul
hows the weight affecting your wrists when fanning,or is it erly days

My wrists have been well exercised since i was a teenager, so they are fine, its my pocket thats the problem, so heavy with all that money

 

Seriously they are pretty light, ive weighed them against regular applicators and they are a lot lighter

 

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Guest boarcity

i used a 14 inch wagtail flipper for 6 months as my main squeegee,loved it!, but then got RSI in both wrists . got it bigtime i had it thru the night ,awful feeling tingling wrists

not sure what to do ,i switched back to a seperate Tbar for the scrub and the RSI went away. boy was i relieved!

 

i Think it was the extra weight of a wet pad when squeegeeing was the problem

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Guest Pickingpaul
i used a 14 inch wagtail flipper for 6 months as my main squeegee,loved it!, but then got RSI in both wrists . got it bigtime i had it thru the night ,awful feeling tingling wrists

not sure what to do ,i switched back to a seperate Tbar for the scrub and the RSI went away. boy was i relieved!

 

i Think it was the extra weight of a wet pad when squeegeeing was the problem

Ive had afew wagtails and i couldnt get on with them as it hurt my wrist also but not badle, just ached as i used it. I seem to remember u should change the angel on a wagtail for less wrist issues?

 

I dont get any wrist ache from this tool, i did 19 hours in two days last week, i hurt everywhere but wrist wasnt any issue

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Williams Jet Wash

great work @Pickingpaul all i keep thinking is though that driveway is begging for a pressure wash :)

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great work @Pickingpaul all i keep thinking is though that driveway is begging for a pressure wash :)

How much for that and the drive?

 

Lol

 

We having new patio once the kitchen and bathrooms finished

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Dave B

The wagtail angle hurts my wrist also

I made my wagulator (broke it 2 weeks ago boohoo) and it hurt but as soon as you heat the handle and change it to 20° as in hmans vids it works perfect with no wrist problems

The liquidator handle which is the same angle as the combinator causes me no issues even if i leave it loose to swivel

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Guest Pickingpaul

How did it break Dave?

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Guest boarcity

reckon i will buy at least 1 of these combinators as i can see from the vid it works good . as said,the correct angle is a good thing

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Guest Pickingpaul
reckon i will buy at least 1 of these combinators as i can see from the vid it works good . as said,the correct angle is a good thing

Hey Boar check out it on these patio windows

 

Ive done a lot of filming this week, havnt uploaded that much yet but i can personally say its a brilliant trad tool

 

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Dave B
How did it break Dave?

The clamp split in 2

I think i created a weak point by heating the channel clamp with heat gun and squashing to grip the liquidator channel better whereas @Eric Gilliand does it by inserting velcro in the gap to close it a bit instead i believe which i should have done

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Guest boarcity

upload all yer vids paul pronto so the forum can peruse closely . did u av to trim this tool at all,or is this tool in yer vid strate out of the box as it were?

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