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Apart from gardiner what poles everyone using or recommend? Always used gardiner but lately sections seem to wearing quicker and sick of glueing clamps etc.. 

What you all using? 

Cheers 

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49 minutes ago, paul1 said:

Apart from gardiner what poles everyone using or recommend? Always used gardiner but lately sections seem to wearing quicker and sick of glueing clamps etc.. 

What you all using? 

Cheers 

Bladeright Boss poles 

Facelift Phantom 

OVA8 

Have you considered a clamp upgrade or adding insulation tape on sections as wearing protection 

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24 minutes ago, Apw1210 said:

Bladeright Boss poles 

Facelift Phantom 

OVA8 

Have you considered a clamp upgrade or adding insulation tape on sections as wearing protection 

What's the blade right boss poles not heard that one mate? 

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Just now, paul1 said:

What's the blade right boss poles not heard that one mate? 

Before all the 50 year WFP veterans pipe up , it a very good quality pole which isn't poorly made heavy or wobbly in my opinion.

Available in glass fibre hybrid Carbon or himod 

Make exclusively for Lee Martin at Bladeright Cleaning supplies Wellington Somerset 

 

 

Just now, Apw1210 said:

Before all the 50 year WFP veterans pipe up , it a very good quality pole which isn't poorly made heavy or wobbly in my opinion.

Available in glass fibre hybrid Carbon or himod 

Make exclusively for Lee Martin at Bladeright Cleaning supplies Wellington Somerset 

 

 

https://www.bladerightcleaningsupplies.co.uk/product-category/water-fed-window-cleaning/water-fed-poles/

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