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19 minutes ago, Bart90 said:

Do you get much take up on this service?  I just can't see my customers shelling out £40 to have 1 door spruced up.

 

I'm not wanting to be a d!ck @Bart90, but all day long I hear 'people wont pay that round here' or  'I can't see them shelling out this and that etc' and so on..........

 

To be honest it's tiring, these aren't imaginary numbers these are the prices I charge, these are the prices that are attainable  nationwide.  People only want to disagree with their perceptions of what a customer will pay due to their own lack of faith in their ability to ask for appropriate remuneration for a job well done.   

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Bart90
25 minutes ago, Green Pro Clean Ltd said:

 

I'm not wanting to be a d!ck @Bart90, but all day long I hear 'people wont pay that round here' or  'I can't see them shelling out this and that etc' and so on..........

 

To be honest it's tiring, these aren't imaginary numbers these are the prices I charge, these are the prices that are attainable  nationwide.  People only want to disagree with their perceptions of what a customer will pay due to their own lack of faith in their ability to ask for appropriate remuneration for a job well done.   

Neither Do I Green, but with respect you haven't answered my question.  Do you get much take up on this service in your business?  If you do then it makes one think....market research incorporating other window cleaners experience I would call it.  I personally wouldn't pay £40 if my window cleaner offered that service; nothing to do with any 'lack of faith in my ability to ask for appropriate remuneration for a good job'; I'm probably one of the most expensive window cleaners in my area, do a thorough job and  go out of my way to look after my customers .  So much in business we base off our own experience/perception which is why it's good to ask and open our minds!

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Green Pro Clean Ltd

To answer you , yes, more than half of the people we offer it to have it done. 

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Dane

How does under rub out compare to the pink stuff mate? I currently use this and know of others and don’t have any problems but I’m guessing there must be a difference for you to highlight it in a video.

Thanks in advance mate

Dane


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CHWS

Solvent cleaner can’t be bettered in my opinion. Haven’t tried rub out. Pink stuff is also good. Solvent cleaner is effortless and cheap 

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AGlassAct

Each has its own niche, I’ve found some plastics don’t react well to solvent cleaner - others make the plastic come up brand new. Other times the pink stuff won’t touch it. My preferred cleaner is the pink stuff as I find it help rid black seal runs and brings back oxidised frames quicker than anything else. Dane - each to their own but I much prefer the pink stuff, didn’t rate rub out at all I just thought it was an over priced t-cut.


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