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No itís not mate.

No one is paying that much tax to cover the grants they are receiving.

So itís not your money. Itís borrowed money.

Socialism never works, ever. Never has, never will. Itís a flawed concept for dreamers.

Thankfully there arenít many socialist nutters like you about. That was proven by corbyns massive defeat.

Show me a socialist country and Iíll show you poverty.

Donít go claiming the Nordic model is socialist by the way, bevsuse it absolutely isnít.

When I visited Ukraine last December, the locals were utterly shocked to hear that people like you exist in the U.K. They just could not believe people in the U.K. even begin to entertain the idea of socialism. They know all too well how disastrous it is.

If it was your money, the government wouldnít be in debt. Your tax doesnít even cover the street sweeper and light outside your house. Let alone a £7k grant.



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Hi is work still for sale
cheers
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Ionics Glyder
« Last post by Martin Lane on Today at 01:45:08 pm »
We use Gardiner SLX 30 Poles for everything, but we also have an ionic Hydra Plus pole 35, very good pole very stiff and coated so no black hands.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: DIY diesel heater.....
« Last post by NWH on Today at 01:09:16 pm »
Webasto that is on that price.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: DIY diesel heater.....
« Last post by NWH on Today at 01:08:45 pm »
There is cheaper ones they are Chinese and they are not by a long way as reliable the Webasto ones I think all in are around 280.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Ionics Glyder
« Last post by NWH on Today at 01:03:31 pm »
Show me a pole thatís lighter and better to use than a Gardiner pole and Iíll show you a dog pi**ing liquid gold,Iíve just had delivered yesterday a high modulus Ova 8 22ft carbon pole itís not even in the same post code as a Gardiner extreme pole.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Ionics Glyder
« Last post by Pete Thompson on Today at 12:58:41 pm »
Lighter and stiffer ???? I have never owned one but did try them at the show and found them much heavier like for  like with gardiners , there champ levers are very delicate I broke one trying the pole out Ruben was highly embarrassed after saying they were the most robust poles  on the market 😂😂😂😂
Well I have both Glyder plus and a gardiner slx, thereís no doubt the glyder is lighter and stiffer.

The clamps, yes theyíre not very good. Theyíre about 7 or 8 years behind gardiner clamps which are superb.

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I broke one trying the pole out Ruben was highly embarrassed after saying they were the most robust poles  on the market


Lol! Wish Iíd seen that.
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Yh no worries pal 07947480288
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Ionics Glyder
« Last post by EandM on Today at 12:26:57 pm »
I use Glyder and Glyder plus all the time. Good poles.

Lighter and stiffer than gardiners, and thatís what matters to me. The downsides are they are not as hard-wearing, so require some gentler handling. (So perhaps not the best pole for employees).

As with everything, itís a trade off. If you want light weight, you sacrifice hard wearing-ness.

Also the clamps are not as good. Gardiner clamps are superb in my opinion, nobody has better ones.





Lighter and stiffer ???? I have never owned one but did try them at the show and found them much heavier like for  like with gardiners , there champ levers are very delicate I broke one trying the pole out Ruben was highly embarrassed after saying they were the most robust poles  on the market 😂😂😂😂

I've just recently bought an SLX-35 which I'm very pleased with.
I might just keep the Ionics Poles as spare.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Ionics Glyder
« Last post by Splash & dash on Today at 11:59:26 am »
I use Glyder and Glyder plus all the time. Good poles.

Lighter and stiffer than gardiners, and thatís what matters to me. The downsides are they are not as hard-wearing, so require some gentler handling. (So perhaps not the best pole for employees).

As with everything, itís a trade off. If you want light weight, you sacrifice hard wearing-ness.

Also the clamps are not as good. Gardiner clamps are superb in my opinion, nobody has better ones.





Lighter and stiffer ???? I have never owned one but did try them at the show and found them much heavier like for  like with gardiners , there champ levers are very delicate I broke one trying the pole out Ruben was highly embarrassed after saying they were the most robust poles  on the market 😂😂😂😂
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