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Haz

How would u clean the internals on this?

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Haz

Ladder and someome foots it and i mop n blade it?

 

Or should i  invest in a wagtail and use it on a extension?

 

I have never used a wagtail before are they any good?

 

Thank you

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Jjs window cleaning service

I brought a stingray for a job similar to this...I was wary as some windies have said its a load of poo for want of a better word. I was surprised it did a great job using the new deep clean pad and after 1st job it paid for itself. No need for ladders and I've never liked wagtails though it's a personal preference 

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Cghwindowcleaning

A frame ladder with someone footing the bottom.

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Daniel Perkins

Get an angle adaptor like wagtail or buy a ledger. Perfect for jobs with no leverage

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Haz
38 minutes ago, Daniel Perkins said:

Get an angle adaptor like wagtail or buy a ledger. Perfect for jobs with no leverage


Thats what i was thinking saves me going up them ladders lol

4 hours ago, Jjs window cleaning service said:

I brought a stingray for a job similar to this...I was wary as some windies have said its a load of poo for want of a better word. I was surprised it did a great job using the new deep clean pad and after 1st job it paid for itself. No need for ladders and I've never liked wagtails though it's a personal preference 


Really.. Ive tested the stingray and i dont like it.....  i dont think it gives a very good finish. the best tools are an applicator and squeegey

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Jjs window cleaning service
1 hour ago, Haz said:


Thats what i was thinking saves me going up them ladders lol


Really.. Ive tested the stingray and i dont like it.....  i dont think it gives a very good finish. the best tools are an applicator and squeegey

With the old stingray pads I didn't like it as the pad gets damp and leaves streaks especially on 1st cleans but the deep clean pad makes all the difference. I only use it though on hard to reach places and trad the rest 

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Pjj

Certainly for the  first clean you will get far better results by getting up close and personal and doing it with a mop and blade , it could be done like this using a pole , ladder or scaffold tower , from experience I have found the dragonfly and all other similar things don’t give a satisfactory result especially in low sun angles 

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Clisty1989

Moerman exelerator and fliq. Done a couple similar with it and works wonders.

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scottish cleaning service

I was painting a window with astragals outside like the one you are cleaning. I decided to bolt on a large piece of 3"/2" wood on to the end of my ladder. It meant I could bridge the centre of the window without touching it. Would need to have someone footing the bottom of the ladder or a bag of sand to hold it in place. Then you could get up close and deep clean them.

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Haz
12 hours ago, Clisty1989 said:

Moerman exelerator and fliq. Done a couple similar with it and works wonders.


This is what i got on order at the moment ! lol.. looking forward to using it :)

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