Jump to content

would this work..


Recommended Posts

afternoon folks, must say tons of info and knowledge on here, however i am still unsure lol.

ok just done my water reading with the tds, and it reads 240. 

i am looking at adding on window cleaning to my tenancy cleaning service., so i would not be window cleaning every day, maybe every other weekend. 

i spoke to window cleaning warehouse, nice guy, he thinks i can get away with the facelift compact 425, although the filter is not ideal, i need a R/O unit, it would be ok to use the Di for a while to see how I go about using the resins etc, if needs be I can just add a R/O unit after. 

would this be ok, as mentioned this is something that i would use now and again, I dont want a back pack or trolley. 

thanks folks

Link to post
1 hour ago, Dan1980 said:

afternoon folks, must say tons of info and knowledge on here, however i am still unsure lol.

ok just done my water reading with the tds, and it reads 240. 

i am looking at adding on window cleaning to my tenancy cleaning service., so i would not be window cleaning every day, maybe every other weekend. 

i spoke to window cleaning warehouse, nice guy, he thinks i can get away with the facelift compact 425, although the filter is not ideal, i need a R/O unit, it would be ok to use the Di for a while to see how I go about using the resins etc, if needs be I can just add a R/O unit after. 

would this be ok, as mentioned this is something that i would use now and again, I dont want a back pack or trolley. 

thanks folks

Window cleaning with water fed pole isn't a cheap investment these days.

I can't see how doing it every other weekend would justify the cost. I would look at subcontracting the jobs and taking a small slice off the top 

Link to post
29 minutes ago, Mx19 said:

It would be doable but not cheap, maybe try a double Di. Do you have a spotless water near you?

I don't, no. Been quoted £1200

Link to post
1 hour ago, Dan1980 said:

afternoon folks, must say tons of info and knowledge on here, however i am still unsure lol.

ok just done my water reading with the tds, and it reads 240. 

i am looking at adding on window cleaning to my tenancy cleaning service., so i would not be window cleaning every day, maybe every other weekend. 

i spoke to window cleaning warehouse, nice guy, he thinks i can get away with the facelift compact 425, although the filter is not ideal, i need a R/O unit, it would be ok to use the Di for a while to see how I go about using the resins etc, if needs be I can just add a R/O unit after. 

would this be ok, as mentioned this is something that i would use now and again, I dont want a back pack or trolley. 

thanks folks

Using resin only will cost a fortune with a reading of 240 you need an ro straight away , or buy water from spotless or another window cleaner . 

Link to post

its that time of year again........lots of people think of "adding window cleaning" to their list of services and plan on doing it at weekends.....because you live in a hard water area you need an RO which will just be a pain for you as its not the most convenient way of purifying your water quickly......itll cost you a small fortune in resin if you decide to go DI only.....the other option is buying your pure water but do you live near a filling station?

 

 

Link to post

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Restore formatting

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.