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AJ Fry

Morning lads. I’ve got my first soffit, fascia, gutter clean this week. Never done one before and my plan of attack is to wet it, soak it with no nonsense degreaser, get scrubbing and rinse!! Starting from the top down! Any tips or advice would be much appreciated [emoji1303]

 

 

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Part Timer

Do it in sections, don't apply the degreaser to the whole job, do one side, max, at a time. Use customers tap water if you can and then clean windows with pure. Make sure you clear hose reel of tap water before you start to clean the windows though. 

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AJ Fry

Thanks guys appreciate it. I don’t currently do the customers windows and haven’t priced for it. I did wonder if when doing the top gutters etc I’m going to dirty the windows below and end up having to do them? Maybe just a quick brush and rinse with pure to cover myself?


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Thanks guys appreciate it. I don’t currently do the customers windows and haven’t priced for it. I did wonder if when doing the top gutters etc I’m going to dirty the windows below and end up having to do them? Maybe just a quick brush and rinse with pure to cover myself?


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That is correct. chances are otherwise all the excess will flow down, streak the windows, and then you’ve got them ringing you up moaning about it and you’re making a repeat journey to do the windows


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AJ Fry

Thanks pal, next time I’ll add a few quid to cover it. Hoping to get the regular window clean off them so keen to do a proper job


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1 hour ago, AJ Fry said:

Thanks guys appreciate it. I don’t currently do the customers windows and haven’t priced for it

Always a good selling point is "I'll clean your windows for free as well" after you quoted them the price, everyone loves a freebie.

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