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adamangler

Been asked to clean this.

 

Never cleaned a wooden one before

 

Any potential problems?

 

Apparently it's a bit flaky she's not bothered as wants it cleaning before someone comes to repaint it all.

 

Just wondering if the green slime is likely to have soaked I to untreated parts of the frame?

 

 

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Clisty1989

looks like a nightmare, id go in at a day rate. Can't see you getting all the green off wooden frames are bad enough!!!

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Part Timer

Just tell her you will get the glass clean and the paint as clean as you can. Tell her you're a very good window cleaner not a magician 

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THL4KEL

I'd use an old brush head  to clean that roof not a decent one.  

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adamangler

thatll be easy,  ive not got any decent ones :1f603:

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AGlassAct

Access looks like a nightmare too. I've done a similar one but more of a lean to; conservatory ladder, magic sponge and lots of tap water to rinse. The one I did also leaked all over the place even though it looked in really good condition (except the paintwork was as chalky as hell). Are the finials wood - they look like they could be plastic from the pictures? I'd be tempted to tell them you'd be better cleaning it once it's painted - the painters are guaranteed to get paint and cr4p all over it anyway!


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HollasSpecialistCleaningSystems

Are you using reach and wash system or traditional?


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Pjj

Personally I wouldn't touch that with a barge pole let alone a wfp !!!!! Let the painters do it more trouble than it's worth 

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adamangler

Been done.

 

No way was all the green coming off, it was engrained.

Just gave it all a good scrub and got rid of any moss, muck and debris. she was happy with tha as it was ready to sand down and paint.

 

 

Priced it for the day but was done in 3 hours, so cleared out the gutters to drag it out a bit longer.

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