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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Gardiner twisting pole valve VS Univalve
« Last post by tlwcs on Today at 12:40:03 pm »
I bought one a few weeks ago to replace the univalve.
Their first version put so much strain on the pole joints this latest version has stopped that.
The problem Iíve found now is when you work with the pole to your right, with perhaps a parked car stopping  direct access, it turns the water off. I did use it with a swivel neck.
Iíve since gone back to the overpriced univalve
Tony
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Gardiner twisting pole valve VS Univalve
« Last post by Spruce on Today at 12:13:01 pm »
I use a univalve at the moment and was considering swapping to the gardener version. Just wondered peoples opinions?

Its out of stock atm.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Xmas tips
« Last post by jk999 on Today at 12:09:44 pm »
To be honest i have thought about it but wouldn't have a clue,  whats all the different ways off heating the water up
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Window Cleaning Forum / Gardiner twisting pole valve VS Univalve
« Last post by stuartb on Today at 12:02:10 pm »
I use a univalve at the moment and was considering swapping to the gardener version. Just wondered peoples opinions?
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Ive got it
« Last post by NWH on Today at 12:00:30 pm »
What part of Yorkshire did they film that heart beat.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Xmas tips
« Last post by SB Cleaning on Today at 11:57:44 am »
Been cleaning with cold for 25 years never had a problem

Its horrible though......esp in winter.....I hate working with cold water.....I'd never go back to cold water cleaning
We haven't had a real winter in years though Daz ;D
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Xmas tips
« Last post by dazmond on Today at 11:36:13 am »
Been cleaning with cold for 25 years never had a problem

Its horrible though......esp in winter.....I hate working with cold water.....I'd never go back to cold water cleaning
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Xmas tips
« Last post by dazmond on Today at 11:33:54 am »
I've had £5 so far, the two lads have had about £25 each. Lots of people paying online, so the tips are diminishing unfortunately.
..I'm getting xmas tips online too....👍
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Xmas tips
« Last post by SB Cleaning on Today at 11:19:33 am »
I've had £5 so far, the two lads have had about £25 each. Lots of people paying online, so the tips are diminishing unfortunately.
I still get tips online.
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Carpet Cleaning Forum / Sebo duo
« Last post by RPCCS on Today at 11:08:08 am »
Mine is 2 years old and is making rumbling noises when in use, I have removed the brushes and lubricated the end shafts but still making a noise any ideas anyone? Can the motor be lubricated at all?
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