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Dog ends

Guest Purus

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Hi all,


Just wondering how many of you actually dog end your squeegees as I keep on getting annoyed when the rubber rides up the edge of the frame and leave a big missed patch around the edges. I have tried brass ends but they seem more awkward and sometimes end up scratching the edge of the frame or glass?

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Well I use a Unger one and they have teeth that grip into the rubber holding it in place either side of the handle, but it's at the ends you have 1/8th of a inch outside your chanel, when you go up into the corners the rubber just pops over the frame then leaves this big patch along, or do I need a harder rubber as I am using soft?? I saw someone on YouTube dog ending a Chanel so it supports the rubber in the top corner on the edges and wondered if it would be a good idea?

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Guest ClearVue Solutions

Try pulex rubbers, I get on with those far better. I have abou 2/3mm stickin out at each end and that causes me no trouble. Could also just be a technique thing too.


Give a range of rubbers a try n let us know how you get on :-)

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