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does anyone here do wfp window cleaning

is anyone wc here use the water fed pole method.


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or this type of trolley to carry pure di water
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When we use a WFP it's usually for a big commercial job so we hook up a DI tank to the building's water supply and run off of that.

http://www.tuckerusa.com/images/DI835.420T.JPG

We use one like the one on the left, but lease it from Culligan.
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hi thad, do you not use it for domestic houses, or just commercial buildings only
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Usually just outside commercial with big glass.

For residential we usually do in and out, so WFP isn't practical.
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thad, i use mine on a daily bases, outside, still wc tradtitional inside, wfp is much faster, and better results,
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If I did monthly residential cleaning I would be all over WFP cleaning, but at once or twice a year I usually have to scrape quite a bit.

I much prefer WFP cleaning, of course.
Soooooooooo much easier.
But then, we don't want to make it too too easy, do we?
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Hi guys, back now....nice to see you here Jo (uk)...now then, where was we ?
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