Window Cleaning Issues - Canvassing, pole systems, pricing, problems, etc.
tools on a belt
Posted by anderclean (anderclean), 19 December 2003
I saw a spray bottle that sits in a holder for your belt....... with a detachable spray nozzle that stretchs out on a coiled pipe (for spray misting leads etc..) now I can't find it......... anyone seen it and can tell me where to look,
Posted by pdhanson (Silly Philly), 19 December 2003
Rob, Can't help you with that one i'm affraid, however an alterative is the kit by Winspray. I use their belt sysyem and it is good stuff and very comfortable to wear. They do a holster for a small drinks bottle which includes the bottle, simply take the top off that bottle and substitute it for a spray head ( The thread is the same ) It works a treat. Winspray kit is available from the Window Clean Centre and Wintecs. Denzle
how do you know that fez inside info or am i just thick
Posted by fez (fez), 20 December 2003
I just looked on the Cleantech website until I found the Unger sprayer and if you look down the left-hand column, near the bottom it says specials. Click on there and you will find it.
It's called Sprayer on a belt and it's around nine pounds.
Not insider information, just good surfing .
Posted by shinnyshinner (shinnyshinner), 20 December 2003
Hi again found the link for sprayer on a belt just over £15. http://www.scrimcity.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=6&products_id=377 Alan
Posted by g_griffin (g_griffin), 20 December 2003
I just use an old household bottle (bathroom,kitchen cleaner) and stick it in my pocket/pouch. They probably don`t last as long (trigger starts going) but you have a continuous supply. My pockets are quite large though.
Posted by anderclean (anderclean), 21 December 2003
Thanks for all your help guys
what I'd seen was the one at scrim city, having already looked there to no avail........big thanks to Alan for puting the link on.........
Posted by shinnyshinner (shinnyshinner), 22 December 2003
Hi Rob No Probs. Been looking at this myself and will be putting order in, in the new yr good idea. Good luck Alan
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