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Ryan1

Hi Guys, Iv been cleaning my domestic work with a 17ft Brodex pole and managed quite well but now iv been asked to clean a few third floor flats, I need to buy a new pole but not quite sure on the size? Iv got a 200 pound budget will this be enough?

 

hope you guys can help thanks ryan.

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Ryan1

What size mate? 28ft be high enough for third floor or higher? Thanks

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Neil

28ft is ok but if I was you go for the 30ft or 35ft to get the skylights too mate definitely gardiners pole ryan

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Cleanz

Just thought I'd pipe up and recommend the Gardiners SLX 30, just started using one and they are excellent. Worth stumping up the extra cash for.

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Ryan1

Thanks Neil, iv been looking at the link and its bit out the price range mate, have you ever used ionics poles? they seem to be good value?

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Posh

Got one with my big boy backpack. Super pole. Had no trouble at all with it.

 

For 3rd storey I use a unger 30ft pole. Cost me £70 of eBay & a bit heavy but with a light brush on its fine.

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Guest sdrah

I started wfp cheaply to save money - a basic ro system , 25L containers ,a cheap battery , cheap hose etc but I did buy a good pole and I am happy I did so Gardiners are good and for 3 st building get a 30ft rather then 25-28

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Ryan1

Brilliant thanks guys, I'm defiantly going to invest in a 30/32 ft pole. I'm just undecided on weather to go Gardiner or Ionics but i will let you know which one i buy tomorrow. Thanks Again Guys.

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Neil

If you buy a gardiners pole your set then for a long time , if you buy a cheap pole it's going to be heavy and you will end up buying a lighter one in a few months if you have the money it's well worth getting a carbon pole ryan

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