Interested In Advertising? | Contact Us Here
Warning!

 

Welcome to Clean It Up; the UK`s largest cleaning forum with over 34,000 members

 

Please login or register to post and reply to topics.      

 

Forgot your password? Click here

Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Masonic window cleaners
« Last post by G Griffin on Today at 01:49:13 am »
Sorry g singing  in the shower you got no chance of joining sorry m8
The only nternet is awash with all sorts of stuff  I have only found friendship and fraternal  a welcome being part of the Illuminati and the new 🌎  order feels great though
Why won't you accept slaves?
And what prostrate cancer cures have you funded?
2
General Cleaning Forum / Re: The 'What have you cleaned today?' Thread
« Last post by J Ryan on Today at 01:26:48 am »
20 years of pigeon droppings cleared in 3 days, 80 bags of poop and a lot of scraping

3
Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Gardiners backpack different pump
« Last post by jk999 on Yesterday at 11:55:33 pm »
🙂👍
4
Window Cleaning Forum / Re: high mileage vans
« Last post by Smudger on Yesterday at 11:27:02 pm »
£8600 plus vat.

I think that's a reasonable - if something did go you haven't paid top dollar for it

Darran
5
Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Gardiners backpack different pump
« Last post by M & C Window Cleaning on Yesterday at 11:13:32 pm »
Had an electrician friend recommend the Wago terminals.  Put them on last spring when I did my 12 month maintenance on my trolley.  So far no problems.  I also like the fact that they are reusable.  They made wiring up the trolley real easy, especially when following a wiring diagram.

The controller in the picture is this one from eBay mounted in a project box:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DC-9-60V-PWM-Motor-Speed-Governor-Controller-Switch-BMG-Digital-Display-12A/353058368538?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649

So far itís been very reliable.  I put it on last spring as the box on my old one was coming apart, and as the workings were sealed in resin I couldnít reuse it.

6
Window Cleaning Forum / Re: two man system
« Last post by Splash & dash on Yesterday at 09:53:50 pm »
One pump and controller per pole always works best , dividing the flow from one pump will work but it always favours the lowest pole , for what it will cost for  a pump ,controller and a bit of hose and wire I would  have two independent pumps .
7
Window Cleaning Forum / Re: two man system
« Last post by AuRavelling79 on Yesterday at 09:49:59 pm »
If you are a husband and wife team doing no more than 6 hours a day on domestic work then a 650 is comfy.

Serious all day work and/or commercial then at least 800L

500L not enough except for occasional and topping up at lunch time.
8
Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Masonic window cleaners
« Last post by NWH on Yesterday at 09:48:58 pm »
Itís a wash with facts too Shaun Atwood is his name take a look on YouTube.
9
Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Gardiners backpack different pump
« Last post by jk999 on Yesterday at 09:38:01 pm »
What controller are you using m&c
10
Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Gardiners backpack different pump
« Last post by jk999 on Yesterday at 09:36:16 pm »
Looked at those wago connectors before are they good connectors, and cheers for doing that for me m&c 🙂👍
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10