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Hello everyone again. A new, separate topic here:

 

Can anyone please advise me on an approximate amount of water they use on a typical house ( front and back ) with a reach and wash system. I do understand that no two houses, windows etc are exactly the same and the amount of windows etc, but any help would be appreciated 🙂

 

Thank You everyone 🙂 

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The Search Function is your friend buddy, this gets talked about quite regularly.... it all depends on the property and your setup and how you use it. A lot of people say 25l per standard semi house when starting out. But who knows how much you’ll use.

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2 hours ago, Mx19 said:

The Search Function is your friend buddy, this gets talked about quite regularly.... it all depends on the property and your setup and how you use it. A lot of people say 25l per standard semi house when starting out. But who knows how much you’ll use.

And adding to this he will use more on a first clean. It could even be double the amount @Azz1

We have respected the governments call to remain at home until just recently. Each house we have cleaned so far has been like a first clean as the windows have been really dirty.

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Rough guide, 15 to 25 litres. Also a lot will depend how quick you are. As you get better you will use less. Mind you, like spruce says, beware those filthy ones, take loads more rinsing after the scrub.

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16 hours ago, sundance said:

500 lt a day :window-cleaner-emoticon: 🙊

When I kitted out both the lads vans it was with 500 liter tanks. Sometimes they used the lot, other times they didn't.

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