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Old 03-16-2011, 08:15 AM   #1
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Hi guys,

Are you familiar with this window cleaning equipment, I came across the other day, I was so amazed that I even wrote an article on my blog about it.



what do you guys think, I like some insights as I'm considering buying one for my company.
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Old 03-16-2011, 08:21 AM   #2
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Sorry Guys I've posted this on the wrong section here on the forum

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Old 03-16-2011, 01:50 PM   #3
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I'm not so amazed with this machine. You can easily see that it skips many areas. A lot of water pours down and I also don't like the idea of cleaning from the bottom to the top.
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Old 03-25-2011, 08:24 AM   #4
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Hi guys,

Are you familiar with this window cleaning equipment, I came across the other day, I was so amazed that I even wrote an article on my blog about it.



what do you guys think, I like some insights as I'm considering buying one for my company.
I don't find this machine very effective. It will save you a lot of time, but if you look closer at the clip, you will see it leaves traces behind. If you have the opportunity to test it before you purchase it, do it. But I think it is a total waste of money.
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Old 03-25-2011, 12:16 PM   #5
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Is this a DI machine (deionized water)? If it uses deionized water, than it doesn't matter as much if it leaves water behind because DI water doesn't have any minerals in it.

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Old 03-26-2011, 01:46 AM   #6
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Is this a DI machine (deionized water)? If it uses deionized water, than it doesn't matter as much if it leaves water behind because DI water doesn't have any minerals in it.

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But it still leaves traces...water drops always leave traces...
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It very well may. I've never personally used the water fed pole system with the DI water. But it seems like everyone on the WCR forum who uses DI systems swear that it leaves the windows sparkling clean - cleaner than using a squeegee Who knows, I have to try something myself to know whether or not it is a good product/system.

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Old 03-29-2011, 04:34 AM   #8
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It very well may. I've never personally used the water fed pole system with the DI water. But it seems like everyone on the WCR forum who uses DI systems swear that it leaves the windows sparkling clean - cleaner than using a squeegee Who knows, I have to try something myself to know whether or not it is a good product/system.
My advice is to hire one first just to try it. Do not risk to buy one without trying it first.
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I don't find this machine very effective. It will save you a lot of time, but if you look closer at the clip, you will see it leaves traces behind. If you have the opportunity to test it before you purchase it, do it. But I think it is a total waste of money.
I agree. It doesn't work that great unlike with the work of a professional cleaner.
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Old 04-04-2011, 06:58 AM   #10
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Some old window cleaning techniques work a lot better than these new modern cleaning machines.
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One of the services is more dangerous commercial cleaning, window cleaning of the buildings no matter how high the building. I use the Aurora and it really is best to use in the glass. Muriatic acid will remove hard water and you can get cheap at Lowes or Home Depot. No more scraping the razer is what they use to get it off. Just be sure to rinse well.
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Some old window cleaning techniques work a lot better than these new modern cleaning machines.
I agree. These machines are just a bunch of metal..
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By use the window cleaning and commercial cleaning Rug Appraiser use more effective than the other use to try it
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What is the advantages of using automated cleaning machines instead of cleaning manually?????????
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I still think manual cleaning is way more effective than automated. Yeah automated cleaning saves time but how much time it can save. According to me it will take more time time than manual. Also the cleaning will not be that effective as we are seeing in the video.
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Is there something like self-cleaning windows? or I'm just dreaming has somebody heard of them?
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I still think manual cleaning is way more effective than automated. Yeah automated cleaning saves time but how much time it can save. According to me it will take more time time than manual. Also the cleaning will not be that effective as we are seeing in the video.

Hi there,
I do agree with you on some point that we can save time by using automated cleaning machines and it takes more time in manually cleaning. However, according to me office cleaning or a big house cleaning is not possible on manual basis. For this purpose due to shortage of time you should choose automated cleaning.
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There are many equipments used for cleaning which are good and gives effective results. So you can try other also.
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What is the advantages of using automated cleaning machines instead of cleaning manually?????????
Well, automated cleaning machines are develop in such a way that decrease your work of cleaning extremely and helps you in cleaning place where you avoid cleaning.
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I just tried looking at it, but the video has been removed from youtube.
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