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I Have a gardiner dual trim for leaded windows and original It's recommend for both types. I am wanting to put jets into it after removing the pen jets,can this be done? ANd what fan jets do you recommend? Do I also have to remove bristles?

 

JOhn

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bluemonkey

depends on which jets you go for,

 

luxmark, have to drill 12 mill hole

 

get the red ones from gardiners and just pull jets out with hammer and push in, saves drilling,

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Guest OoO

fan jets on leaded windows can lead to loads of spotting.

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john39

ok thanks for the heads up,good thing I don't have leaded windows :Image12:

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Guest OoO

Jan jets are hard to work with.

 

The usually mean = Less water usage, more spotting.

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john39

got them to try on that hydro glass because I hate the way it rinses and drys in its all beaded and leaves tiny spots

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Guest OoO

 

got them to try on that hydro glass because I hate the way it rinses and drys in its all beaded and leaves tiny spots

 

Fan jets will cause more spotting then.

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Guest OoO

When then you will know its operator error then.

 

Changing jets won't fix the problem at all. It will just make the problem

Worse.

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Guest OoO

I assume you have checked the basics tho....

 

Water is pure? Brush clean?

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Guest OoO

003 shouldn't cause spotting, but then its not totally pure water.

 

i would personally look at more rinsing too start off with!

 

Fan jets generally cause more problems and more spotting.

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Guest OoO

I dont wash it as such as it always having pure water run through or over it. I just clear it of any debris two or three times a day.

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