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8 minutes ago, Part Timer said:

I reckon I use between 50-75 litres an hour depending on the type of work I've got on. 

 

How many Houses would you do in an Hour though, as I'm new, I think I would be slow to start with

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I started off traditional 7 years ago after 2 years switched to WFP using a backpack and 5 x 25 liter barrles of pure. I use to do tops only with pure and used around 100 litre a day. Was a lot of messing about to be honest. Switched to van mount system got more work done in a day and all done WFP. Probably use 300 litres a day now. As for how many house a hour it depends on the size of the house and how far between jobs. You will be slow to start with but you will quickly build confidence and gain speed in how you work.

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20 minutes ago, steptoe said:

 

How many Houses would you do in an Hour though, as I'm new, I think I would be slow to start with

2-3 houses an hour depending, but if you're slow you will still use virtually the same amount as you'll waste a lot 

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54 minutes ago, Part Timer said:

2-3 houses an hour depending, but if you're slow you will still use virtually the same amount as you'll waste a lot 

 

A bloke on the other forum can clean 15 houses in 2.5 hours :1f61c:. He even posts YouTube videos of himself cleaning (he rinses on the glass and seems to miss cleaning certain things randomly :1f602:)

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16 minutes ago, Tuffers said:

 

A bloke on the other forum can clean 15 houses in 2.5 hours :1f61c:. He even posts YouTube videos of himself cleaning (he rinses on the glass and seems to miss cleaning certain things randomly :1f602:)

4 hour days and he's minted :1f61c:

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tend to find I range between 1.3 > 1.5 lpm.... but I have noticed that some on the brushes I use must have slightly different sizes i.e bore..... and this can be deceptive..... as when looking at the flow whilst cleaning..... larger bore seems slower and less yet the narrower bore jets seem to make the flow appear faster and more water on glass... even though, battery is at same charge, flow rate the same, height same....same pole/hose and reel.

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3 minutes ago, Glazenwasser said:

tend to find I range between 1.3 > 1.5 lpm.... but I have noticed that some on the brushes I use must have slightly different sizes i.e bore..... and this can be deceptive..... as when looking at the flow whilst cleaning..... larger bore seems slower and less yet the narrower bore jets seem to make the flow appear faster and more water on glass... even though, battery is at same charge, flow rate the same, height same....same pole/hose and reel.

There are 2mm and 1.4mm pencil jets

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