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Col

I don't think it is the Liquidator as it has been fine the last few days using Pulex soft rubber.

The red has been good as it lasts longer than the black rubbers and it is not down to the narrow cut of the Liquidator channel as when the sharp corner goes it goes and needs changing whether it is a dog eared straight channel or a Liquidator.

The Liquidator takes a bit of getting used to i admit but it when you get there it cuts so much time out of detailing that you wonder why you spent so much time over the years wiping and washing out scrims every week.

 

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Col
On 15/02/2019 at 19:08, scottish cleaning service said:

I think its because they are red in colour because the black rubber doesn't leave red lines.

Here in Edinburgh there is wee thing called the Fringe you should book a hall you will sell out and have a show on Channel 4 before the year is out.

I will act as your agent 😂

 

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scottish cleaning service
12 hours ago, Col said:

Here in Edinburgh there is wee thing called the Fringe you should book a hall you will sell out and have a show on Channel 4 before the year is out.

I will act as your agent 😂

 

 

Alec Salmon tried the fringe thing and look what happened to him. :1f602:

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paulben

Is it due to cold damp mornings seemed to improve as day went on . Changed to another make of rubber now got far better results but cannot remember where I got it from .

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mike007
On 23/01/2019 at 05:49, paulben said:

On my 14" excelerator the red rubber leaves lines anywhere along length but usually on first house then improves , but the smaller 12" excelerator is fine .As said earlier the thicker the soap mix the better

Other day replaced my razr red rubbers in all my combinators , did wear them in as my usual practice on one of my own windows, but next day first job with my 14inch started to leave lines, just got my 14inch Unger from the van with the Unger rubber in the channel and carried on.

Problem was I had not worn the razr red in my 14inch in enough, and did so when got home at end of day. Never bother trying to work them in "on the job", easier just on one of your own windows.

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Cleanco

Gone proper down hill same as pulex did. If your lucky one side might be useable. I get soft for me now. 

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paulben

Found even next day in morning would leave lines but got better as day went on so could it be temp related

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scottish cleaning service

I think the razor red is a hard rubber and only good in the summer. I just use soft rubber now which seems to work in any temperature.

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Col

Razor Red back on the menu in my house at least.

I have been using Unger hard for a while and then Pulex soft but the wooden frames take chunks out of the soft with the Liquidator.

This morning changed back to Razor Red as i had metres of the stuff in the back of the van and was pleasantly surprised with the finish.

Time will tell but looking good in the sun today.

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mupps

I have tried this product today. It's bloody awful!! You can even feel that the edge is rough just by running your finger along the length of the rubber. I carried on using it through the day but it generated more work than it's worth. Stay well away as it really isn't worth even ordering it to try. Spotless yellow is the most superior product I've ever used and will continue to use it. Razor red get it sorted!

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