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tnwindowcleaning

Evening.. I'm looking to buy a pole setup to be able to do customers fascias and guttering more safely and quicker than up and down the ladder, found this on window cleaner warehouse, wanted the backpack and just use normal water to make it mobile as opposed to a garden tap, a lot of estates round my way with limited access to outside taps

 

https://www.windowcleaningwarehouse.co.uk/wcw-the-nigel-renegade-starter-kit.html

 

 

and wasn't sure if its worth it or is it too much, only a trad cleaner so i'm not too clued up on pole.

 

price range is up to £250

 

I would appreciate any help and advise

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Nudel

It's the pole I first bought when starting out with wfp. It works fine, but is on the heavy side of course.

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scottish cleaning service

No don't bother. We all use the Gardiners backpack £110 very reliable and Gardiners CLX Pole 22 at £139 plus vat. Floaked sill brush and hose is included. ezy snap female fitting on backpack and male ezy snap fitting on pole. If you look anywhere else then expect problems later on.

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scottish cleaning service

Only saying because I was in same position as you are 6 months ago and followed this advice to the letter and never looked back. Made my money back in jig time.

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RWCleaning

Yeh I agree Flocked sill brush is what I use

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