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Hello everyone. I am wondering if they is a telescopic pole big enough possibly to do 2 or 3 story's where a ladder isn't possible to get access into. ? 

It's there such a technique?

Thanks

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If you're after a pole to do 2nd floor windows traditionally I don't know, but doubt it. If you're talking about a WFP then you can get them up to 80'

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23 minutes ago, Pjj said:

You can use a water fed pole with adapters for trad and do up to 80 feet high if you want 

Would you try it 😀

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Thanks everyone. I am starting to do more customers with double glazing but spotting a few with only single glazed. Super scared of wfp doing damage or water intake through window. A big house has just been built and they've decided to put single glazed through out the house top and bottom. So thinking absolutely no no to ladders but pole with mop and squegee adaptations. Does anybody else do single glazed with wfp ? Thanks 😀

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Just now, Azz1 said:

A big house has just been built and they've decided to put single glazed through out the house top and bottom

Is that legal? I thought all new houses could only meet insulation standards with at minimum double glazing!

wfp should be fine on single glazed windows. You don't need to push very hard on the brush, it's the agitation of the dirt that the bristles do and then the jet of pure washes the lose dirt away that cleans the windows.

Proper leaded or very old glazing that has thinned over the years might be iffy but normal single glazed windows should be OK.

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9 minutes ago, Azz1 said:

Thanks everyone. I am starting to do more customers with double glazing but spotting a few with only single glazed. Super scared of wfp doing damage or water intake through window. A big house has just been built and they've decided to put single glazed through out the house top and bottom. So thinking absolutely no no to ladders but pole with mop and squegee adaptations. Does anybody else do single glazed with wfp ? Thanks 😀

Yes we do lots if single glazing with wfp and 60-70 degree hot water no problem at all 

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