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Christ, they're an accident waiting to happen if you view Smurf's video or at least, they are the way the guy's using um. I'd much rather have my 2m triples. They easily reach 1st floor windows yet, are small enough to fit in the back of my Mondeo.

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A roof rack to be honest works best for me as I can carry upto 3 types of ladders about on my small berlingo van no probs.


Mark I've used a simular type of sectional ladders before called a surveyor ladder for loft inspection work. I'm sure they got the idea to produce that sectional short reach window cleaning ladder from those. Now most loft inspection jobs ppl use telescopic ladders as is a lot less hassle than putting the sections together.


After saying that I would not use a telescopic ladder either for regular trad window cleaning. Simples...

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