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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: How long to learn WFP to a good standard?
« Last post by NWH on Yesterday at 07:55:12 pm »
Doesnít matter how long youíve been doing it sometimes we all think Whoops they look awful after a clean,imagine what itíll be like this time of the year with a newbie with low sun lol.

Why lol at the end, is there a joke/punch line Iíve missed?

The joke is in the fact that some people think they can train someone to WFP in the yard in 30 minutes to a paying standard,good luck with that but in the main it ainít happening I see people that have been doing it years the wrong way but you can take a horse to water and all that.
Some days it reminds of blokes I used to watch blading every single window in sections,again waste of time telling fools the easy way to do things.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Black marks
« Last post by NWH on Yesterday at 07:50:14 pm »
You can talk all day the best way to go about trying to clean these types of windows this brush that brush agitates it etc,honestly the best thing to do is leave it to the bloke with a mop and blade the time heís finished cleaning windows like that his scrim or Microfiber will look like a Zebra 🦓.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: On the Tools
« Last post by NWH on Yesterday at 07:48:00 pm »
I need to buy some new thing-a-me bobs soon for me silly little thing I do daily to earn a few Bob,my flat cap is due for renewal 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: Black marks
« Last post by windowswashed on Yesterday at 07:47:09 pm »
Flocked brushes entice the perished seals to bleach more than mono filament brushes.
I use rinse brushes for almost everything and this overcomes that problem regardless of flocked or mono filament brush as the clear water from the rinse is fine but the bristles agitate the bleeding effect.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: On the Tools
« Last post by NWH on Yesterday at 07:45:40 pm »
Or in the case of this thread ďA ToolĒ seen in some of the comments on this particular topic.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: On the Tools
« Last post by Smudger on Yesterday at 06:41:45 pm »
Tool:
a device or implement, especially one held in the hand, used to carry out a particular function.

therefore it is a tool

Trade::
a job requiring manual skills and special training. - the special training may be subjective - some people just cant handle a pole or a squeegee

Darran
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: How long to learn WFP to a good standard?
« Last post by Smudger on Yesterday at 06:26:50 pm »
Just Nigels little world he thinks every post is comical - which it is but not the way he thinks

Darran
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: How long to learn WFP to a good standard?
« Last post by Slacky on Yesterday at 06:21:30 pm »
Doesnít matter how long youíve been doing it sometimes we all think Whoops they look awful after a clean,imagine what itíll be like this time of the year with a newbie with low sun lol.

Why lol at the end, is there a joke/punch line Iíve missed?
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: On the Tools
« Last post by NWH on Yesterday at 06:21:13 pm »
I donít think that even justifies a reply if Iím honest.
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Window Cleaning Forum / Re: On the Tools
« Last post by Slacky on Yesterday at 06:18:38 pm »
Who said a carbon fibre pole was a tool?
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