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Ian Docksey

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I normally use the stiff bristle brush they sell. It gives a very good scrub. If the gutters and fascia are very, very dirty then I use the pressure washer with the telescopic pole.

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7 minutes ago, aaa said:

I normally use the stiff bristle brush they sell. It gives a very good scrub. If the gutters and fascia are very, very dirty then I use the pressure washer with the telescopic pole.

My plan is connect to customers outside tap, just use tap water. I have a red /stiff gardiners sill brush I plan on using. Will this be ok? Had a couple of enquiries today for Gutter n fascia cleans

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27 minutes ago, Ian Docksey said:

My plan is connect to customers outside tap, just use tap water. I have a red /stiff gardiners sill brush I plan on using. Will this be ok? Had a couple of enquiries today for Gutter n fascia cleans

Yes, just make sure the water in your pole hose is pure before you start cleaning the windows.

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Threads like this make me cringe...lol

I know it's normal to use a brush but im so OCD with keeping my brushes clean, the thought of putting them in a dirty gutter brings me out in a sweat...lol

 

 

 

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30 minutes ago, Part Timer said:

Yes, just make sure the water in your pole hose is pure before you start cleaning the windows.

Yep it will be mate. 2 different set ups .

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15 minutes ago, Inked said:

Threads like this make me cringe...lol

I know it's normal to use a brush but im so OCD with keeping my brushes clean, the thought of putting them in a dirty gutter brings me out in a sweat...lol

 

 

 

No mate. I have 2 set ups, 1 with pure for windows,  the other for tap water for gutters, fascia,  conny roofs . Maybe wrong with some , but it's what I believe the best way to go. I've only just started up, 

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1 hour ago, Inked said:

Threads like this make me cringe...lol

I know it's normal to use a brush but im so OCD with keeping my brushes clean, the thought of putting them in a dirty gutter brings me out in a sweat...lol

 

 

 

He's cleaning the outside of the gutter - not the inside.

I use the same brushes for gutter/soffit cleaning as for window cleaning it's never been a problem. 

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11 hours ago, Ian Docksey said:

My plan is connect to customers outside tap, just use tap water. I have a red /stiff gardiners sill brush I plan on using. Will this be ok? Had a couple of enquiries today for Gutter n fascia cleans

I personally find a soft brush is best the Supreme flocked has nice long bristles as well to get behind the guttering and the brush holds a lot more detergent I nip the pole hose when scrubbing to maximise the use of detergent. 

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On 20/02/2021 at 20:00, Inked said:

Threads like this make me cringe...lol

I know it's normal to use a brush but im so OCD with keeping my brushes clean, the thought of putting them in a dirty gutter brings me out in a sweat...lol

 

 

 

I use extremes for everything and will use the same brush on fascias etc then go straight to the windows.

As long as its rinsed the windows will be fine and the brush will be clean in a couple of windows.

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