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Help with Squeegee-URGENT

Guest Wazza

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Hi there folks, quite new to this game,

Can anyone point me in the right direction of a decent squeegee?

I initially bought what i thought was a good one from ebay, it turned out to be quite warped and caused too many streaks, any advice on what and where to buy?


I'm in London and do not mind going to a high street shop and spending a bit of money as long as the product is good?


P.S. it needs to be able to fit an extendable pole that I already have.

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What company made your pole, firstly.

If it's an unger or ettore, it can affect your purchase of squeegee.


I have an Unger ErgoTec: http://www.soapnational.co.uk/acatalog/squeegees-unger.html

I also have an ettore progrip: http://www.soapnational.co.uk/acatalog/squeegees-ettore.html


I much prefer the Unger, as does every other window cleaner I know bar 1 company.

I have the progrip cause it was cheap on offer and I wanted to try it.

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