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padman

I struggled with them a hell of a lot. THEN i sorted out my slippage and now love them. I just added some rinse aid and boy what a difference it made.

 

Slippage is the key with these in my opinion. :)

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1 minute ago, padman said:

I struggled with them a hell of a lot. THEN i sorted out my slippage and now love them. I just added some rinse aid and boy what a difference it made.

 

Slippage is the key with these in my opinion. :)

Rinse aid, that's a new one, will be giving it a try this week. Thx m

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13 hours ago, Dave B said:

Julian pierce on youtube tried the contour pro and likes it

Not tried it myself but it may suit some peoples technique better than rigid handles

£22 from ebay :- http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/131091072189

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Green Pro Clean Ltd

Reading this is melting my melon man.  

 

So glad we don't need squeegees anymore!  

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I have decided to use filtered water for the first time, to see if it makes a difference. You can buy these 2.8l jugs for £40. Will let you all know if it makes a difference. 

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rugbywolf
On ‎18‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 11:17, scottish cleaning service said:

I have decided to use filtered water for the first time, to see if it makes a difference. You can buy these 2.8l jugs for £40. Will let you all know if it makes a difference. 

2.8 ltrs for £40 !!! WHAT THE..........

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8 hours ago, rugbywolf said:

2.8 ltrs for £40 !!! WHAT THE..........

2.8l is what the jug holds, you get at least 180 litres from the filter. It gives out same water as bottled water we buy in shops, so it save's one buying bottled water.

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Clisty1989
4 hours ago, scottish cleaning service said:

2.8l is what the jug holds, you get at least 180 litres from the filter. It gives out same water as bottled water we buy in shops, so it save's one buying bottled water.

Bottled water tends to have a higher TDs then tap water.

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rugbywolf
7 hours ago, scottish cleaning service said:

2.8l is what the jug holds, you get at least 180 litres from the filter. It gives out same water as bottled water we buy in shops, so it save's one buying bottled water.

Are you talking about domestic water filters?

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Robbo

I've had the same liquidator lines.

Reading through this, I went and purchased an Ettore Contour Plus handle (the spring loaded one), as per the video.

I'm a sucker for spending money on ****. 

Put the Moerman 12 inch blade and rubber in and...no more lines!

I have no idea why, or even if i'm imagining it, but it works very well indeed.

I even purchased a Moerman pouch which I love, because (only having 2 hanging points) it fits perfectly round my small waist. 

That's my input. 

 

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Same minds think a like. I also changed my liquidator handle today for the contour plus spring loaded one. A lot better on the wrist and hand. Will try it out for real this week if weather doesn't get worse and temp rises. I guess its all to do with angle of attack!

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john docherty

Yes moerman won't like it but I've been having better results with the ettore contour pro plus handle it also seems to be saving me money by not having to change the rubber every five minutes also don't think I have altered my technique very much not used moermans New secret sauce and I'm still using soap and water in the bucket tescos own brand washing up liquid 80p happy days

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Can't wait to get out there and try it. No detailing apart from sill bit means less wet clothes.

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john docherty

Yes I'm getting big lines of snow today

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Fitted the Liquidator channel into my Ettore contour plus spring loaded one and its great. No detailing apart from bottom of glass. I always wipe the sill because it seems the customer always made a remark that the old cleaner never did it. Would thoroughly recommend it, you won't be disappointed.

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rugbywolf
2 hours ago, scottish cleaning service said:

Fitted the Liquidator channel into my Ettore contour plus spring loaded one and its great. No detailing apart from bottom of glass. I always wipe the sill because it seems the customer always made a remark that the old cleaner never did it. Would thoroughly recommend it, you won't be disappointed.

With the liquidator you should treat the bottom edge as the other three, and you will not have to detail. Always wipe the sills though.

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1 hour ago, rugbywolf said:

With the liquidator you should treat the bottom edge as the other three, and you will not have to detail. Always wipe the sills though.

 

cheers, never gave it a thought. Try it tomorrow

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That 12" liquidator on the Ettore contour plus is a must for any windy who wants to save time on detailing. I flew through my 5 houses in less than an hour because of practically no detailing and talking. Thinking of getting a 14" one for my cons and patio doors because I just do two straight down moves per door. I guess the only thing faster would be the wfp.

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Bought the 14" liquidator channel, have an Ettore handle that will fit it. Came with razor red rubber which I have never used and will see how it goes.

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Den
On 09/03/2018 at 15:58, scottish cleaning service said:

Bought the 14" liquidator channel, have an Ettore handle that will fit it. Came with razor red rubber which I have never used and will see how it goes.

How did this combo work are you still using the contour pro plus

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10 hours ago, Den said:

How did this combo work are you still using the contour pro plus

 

Great as the guy in the video says. Its hard to go back to old ridged handle but at £40 its expensive if you don't like it.

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monkeyman12
 
Great as the guy in the video says. Its hard to go back to old ridged handle but at £40 its expensive if you don't like it.
Ordered one from soap national.co.uk yesterday for £31.98 all in.
Had to look at a good few sites to find it at that price,most were coming up with £40 or there abouts with vat and postage.

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1 hour ago, monkeyman12 said:

Ordered one from soap national.co.uk yesterday for £31.98 all in.
Had to look at a good few sites to find it at that price,most were coming up with £40 or there abouts with vat and postage.

Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app
 

 

Seems a great price, you wont be disappointed.

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