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47 minutes ago, Iron Giant said:

Possibly 🤔 as he does seem articulate enough, but some people are quiet don't like confrontation or questioning things because they lack confidence in face to face situations, the afore mentioned I can fully understand. 

Exactly.. I don't care and am happy to have a confrontation in the street but some guys including some on here find it hard to even door knock and canvass for work due to confidence/anxiety issues.

Sometimes you do need to say something though even if it is hard.

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If its two men 150 a day they must be only working a few hours,, say 3 max. Then even though still bad, not seeming as bad. But its like some of the hand car washers, they get peanuts.

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3 hours ago, ks789 said:

If its two men 150 a day they must be only working a few hours,, say 3 max. Then even though still bad, not seeming as bad. But its like some of the hand car washers, they get peanuts.

Thats another thing i was thinking. £25 a day is terrible, but based on age it could still be correct pay at NMW and as you say if its 2 men to do £150 work it might take 3 hours or less.

I wasnt being rude to op, i was trying to make sense what he stated.

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1 hour ago, LongRoad said:

Thats another thing i was thinking. £25 a day is terrible, but based on age it could still be correct pay at NMW and as you say if its 2 men to do £150 work it might take 3 hours or less.

I wasnt being rude to op, i was trying to make sense what he stated.

This is in trad cleaning section, I am guessing they are doing a £150 a day trad also I assume low prices and a slow pace of work maybe a 5-6hr day,

Some tradders and even wfpers are charging low prices I was asked to quote a new 4 bed detached house earlier this week my price was £12.50  here in North East of England, she had been getting charged £8.00 she asked me if I could lower the price 🤣

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you are looking at around £10 / £15 per hour.      If you are good enough think about trying to start up your own round.      Or google some local windies and ask them if they have a days work going for you.       WFP  You should be getting around £60 / £100  a day depending on experience.    Clean more   earn more 

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Get some second hand ladders bucket squeegees applicators scrims old towels and go it alone ( if you can drive )

it can be done from a pushbike if your determined enough fit enough and work isn’t miles apart

if you get lucky and find the customers who dislike wfp you can charge quite a lot more for the service. £25 in one house quite easily and that’s not a huge one either

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