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Rubber brass ends

Guest Purus

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Hi, does anyone use the brass ends for the rubbers to hold them in place. I have not before but tried them to try holding the rubber in place a little better, but it seems to make it more difficult, and a real struggle to get them on and off!

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You bend the end of the channel to clamp the rubber in place. We don't use anything, I used to use the plastic ones you can get from unger, and have tried the brass ones before, but we use the generic unger squeegee, which two fangs that grip the rubber in the middle, so not really any need for dog ending or end clips.

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Guest colinvansmith

I always used pulex aluminium, extremely light, good value for money and they are clamped in the middle so need for ends or dog earing. I've never been a fann of the brass squeegees way to heavy i find they give me a sore wrist

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