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Hi all I'm buying the Gardiner back pack and water fed pole system  after reading all the great reviews and your comments relating to my previous post now I'm thinking is it possible to connect the water fed pole direct to an outside tap because the majority  of the work I'm doing is guttering and facias cleaning and my thinking is this does not need to be purified water or does it ? Any feedback most appreciated thankyou 

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Yes you can connect wfp to an outside tap. Gardiners will sell adapters. If you call them and leave a message they get back to you then are very helpful if you explain what you want to do.

It's mainly glass that shows water marks when dry but black upvc can show water marks if using just tap water dependant on your area. Might be best to do final rinse with pure.

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25 minutes ago, ched999uk said:

Yes you can connect wfp to an outside tap. Gardiners will sell adapters. If you call them and leave a message they get back to you then are very helpful if you explain what you want to do.

It's mainly glass that shows water marks when dry but black upvc can show water marks if using just tap water dependant on your area. Might be best to do final rinse with pure.

Cheers thanks for the info 

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