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cleaning in the rain


charlie tapper

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I only clean when its spitting/drizzling not when its heavy.

 

how about all you guys?? customers dont really appreciate cleaning when heavy rain even tho i know its been said cleaning in the heavy rain makes no difference.

 

any comments ??

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I clean if I can through some light rain, if it's windy and hitting windows its a judgement call.

Depends on the customers too, a fair few of my customers are never in day time, so what they don't know....

Windows are clean so no complaints.

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Guest MathewL

It can make a difference especially when you are cleaning windows. Also it is not safe to clean in the heavy rain. There is always a danger that you might slip during rain while cleaning.

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I only clean when its spitting/drizzling not when its heavy.

 

how about all you guys?? customers dont really appreciate cleaning when heavy rain even tho i know its been said cleaning in the heavy rain makes no difference.

 

any comments ??

 

Just wondered if you clean when it's dry :huh:

If your working off ladders it can get quite dangerous,I've slipped on ladders a couple of times with wet shoes and wet rungs.

Never have a problem with WFP just gets uncomfortable when your pants get wet (maybe too much tea) I think being sensible and holding up in heavy rain early lunch sometimes.

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