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That is the only way to get best results! (Using a squeegee that is!)

 

You could use stuff like windowlene, but takes ages to get good results, and you could use wet towl, and a dry towl, but again takes a while to get good results.

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Cheers im a WFP user. Not great at Traditional yet tho am practicing. Had a few requests for inside windows and not 100% on using a squeegee inside. what size squeegee would you recommend?

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Have you seen things like the dragon fly for indoors. We use brite window cleaner with a fishscale cloth or a microfibre tbar applicator and it works great. Traditional indoor cleaning is simple, just follow underneath your squeegee with the applicator, saves making a mess. But we find brite by clover chemicals is awesome.

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I use a 12" squeegee and a 14" mop and iv also got a 4" channel for smaller windows.

 

practise practise practise at home an youl be like a pro in no time

 

So do I

 

Perfect sizes!

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