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ok guys been thinking of this,thought it might be of interest for the new guys just starting out

equipement !!!whats your best bit of kit, ?you would be lost without it.

What makes it so special.We have that much gear now all bits and bobs,to cover all the jobs we do

Here we go I have listed three of mine

top of the list ,ok so i,m almost totally WFP but every thursday I have day of shops which I do 80% trad

first thing out the van is the 18" wagtail on a unger pole the green number

big shop windows easy ( plus you get a chance to show off when you have mastered the technique)

All the wfp gear  what you carry, this wagtail is the one i,d mis the most

plus the scrims from wilko microfibre .Davy B is the guy you adviced me wisely about these bits of kit never looked back

no 2

clumber hoselock fitting for the end off your hose reel

it wont take alot of battering but if you look after it lasts ages,

I find it is quick to release,found the metal ones jammed and basically not the best,leaked all the time.


have to go for the gardiners 25ft pole covers everything

there brushes are so much better ,supreme mixed had it over year still going well canny believe how long its lasting

back to the pole

covers almost all my graft ,also when the sections go ,replace them easy peasy,


fraction to long, doing connies, narrow alley ways no the best

ok guys whats yours

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I've got low water pressure so with the booster I can increase it to a 100psi. Water hits the back of the tank, without it it would take approx 6 hours

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