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perfectwash

I guess you have heard it before. How do i get bee pooh off high windows? Windows at ground level are easy enough to scrub, but higher windows you cant get enough pressure on the glass to easily get rid of the waxy bee pooh. Is there something safe that will dissolve it? i tried using a pad but found it too harsh for the glass. It was a green abrasive pad from the supermarket. Not sure what any of you guys are using. Im from New Zealand

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Clearview Lee

I take it you’re wfp right??

 

any stubborn stuff I spray degreaser on the end of the brush. 

 

Wet the window first, then  scrub, leave it soapy for 30secs, then really wash until soap is nothing more but pure water. 

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Scots lad

Ubik or virisol

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windowsurfer

Get the gardiner pole systems pole scraper, does the job

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Clearview Lee
1 hour ago, Scots lad said:

Ubik or virisol

If it’s available in NZ

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ks789

Trouble is, in my case I would know naff all about the offending bee poo, on most of my customers upstairs anyway. Id never see it from downstairs so just hope is ok. Cant be too bad as havent heard any complaint, either that or just my standard wfp is getting rid of it.

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steve garwood

Have some sympathy for my mother in law. She is in hospital at the moment as a bee landed on her nose.

It didn’t sting her though, my shovel saw to that 😁

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KiwiNeil

I import bronze wool pads to NZ (From J Flint, in the USA)

 

Have also used 3M red pads on a doodle bug on a pole.

 

Hope that helps

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Robbo

If you've got an old brush, cut the bristles down to 10mm or even shorter. It will scrub off anything! It's like putting a toothbrush on it. 

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