Window Cleaning Issues - Canvassing, pole systems, pricing, problems, etc.
Posted by ThirskMan (ThirskMan), 26 January 2004Anyone else use these on a regular basis. Itried them 2day 4 the 1st time, totally beat the temperature but I found they held the water and therefore made my dry scrim wetter faster. Is there something I can do or do i have to wipe my gloves on something inbetween?
Posted by fez (fez), 26 January 2004I use them all the time, but I avoid getting my hands wet. Are you using washing up liquid? If you are, try using GG3 or GG4 and you'll stay dry as there's less to mop up.
I think that the Unger gloves are great.
Posted by Terry_Burrows (Terry_Burrows), 26 January 2004 yes we use them to they are the best on the market
by god you are going to need them this week its when you are useing a pole the cold really hurts!
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 26 January 2004I have got some and they are ideal for this weather but i do try to keep them as dry as possible. Bones has even got a pink set with go faster stripes
Posted by stevekennedy (stevekennedy), 26 January 2004They are very good but I find they wear out FAST! Not long before you get leaks. Especially if wringing out cloths. They just tear apart. But I still think they're well worth it! I always keep a spare pair in the van and re-order when I start using the new pair.
Posted by g_griffin (g_griffin), 26 January 2004The Window Clean Centre(sorry Mike) have a few alternatives to the Unger glove.
I don`t know what they`re like but they look good.
Posted by Terry_Burrows (Terry_Burrows), 26 January 2004 I know what they are get someone else to clean windows for you
Posted by Bones (Bones), 26 January 2004on 01/26/04 at 16:47:48, Steve Lowe wrote:
I have got some and they are ideal for this weather but i do try to keep them as dry as possible. Bones has even got a pink set with go faster stripes
Posted by Neil (wylie), 28 January 2004Unger Gloves
GREAT for building SNOWMEN
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