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THL4KEL
6 minutes ago, scottish cleaning service said:

Little Nellie ( my name for my £199 Maxblaster ) came good today. Clearing a gutter on a town house and the guy said I would need a big ladder. Fitted my camera on the top and six poles and away I went along the gutter and back again. 20mins front was done and 30mins back was done and I was 80 bangers heavier. Mostly sand and water came out and no broken tiles which was a bonus. I am seriously considering cutting a pole in half because I want the pole to end at chest height and they keep coming up long or short. Any thoughts on the matter most welcome?

Also used my Belay climbing glasses :1f44c:

Did you give the pressure washer a name? 

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1 minute ago, THL4KEL said:

Did you give the pressure washer a name? 

 

Ten Pinter, takes 10 to take it out! That's why I just leave it in. :1f633:

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Little Nellie ( my name for my £199 Maxblaster ) came good today. Clearing a gutter on a town house and the guy said I would need a big ladder. Fitted my camera on the top and six poles and away I went along the gutter and back again. 20mins front was done and 30mins back was done and I was 80 bangers heavier. Mostly sand and water came out and no broken tiles which was a bonus. I am seriously considering cutting a pole in half because I want the pole to end at chest height and they keep coming up long or short. Any thoughts on the matter most welcome?
Also used my Belay climbing glasses :1f44c:

How do you get on with the belay glasses @scottish cleaning service? Have you used them window cleaning yet? I get quite a lot of add on jobs which I enjoy doing, until the next day when I can barely look up or lift my pole because I’ve been working directly above me all day


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1 hour ago, AGlassAct said:


How do you get on with the belay glasses @scottish cleaning service? Have you used them window cleaning yet? I get quite a lot of add on jobs which I enjoy doing, until the next day when I can barely look up or lift my pole because I’ve been working directly above me all day


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First time using them and expecting funny looks but @Nudel said he wears them all the time. Must admit, very good and only £20 from Lepirate Model 2. Took a few weeks to arrive but I would use them when converting to WFP. Small price to pay for eliminating next day's neck pain.

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