Probably will be OK. Sometimes well-water homes present a problem. I'm not an expert by any means but 2 good forums are PWRA and PWI (UAMCC).
I do mostly commercial flatwork, so houses aren't my forte. But a buffer tank gives a little piece of mind.
Also, on YouTube, Michael Kreisle has a...
I would recommend
a downstream injector and/or X-Jet to deliver soap
a buffer tank, even a small one,
Quick Couplers (stainless steel)
and if doing concrete, heat. It's the only way to get gum up and does wonders on oil stains.
Also, some sort of reclaim is...
Yeah, I'm sure that's good too. If you look at the ingredients, if there is SLS, it may leave soap residue on the microscopic bumps in the glass.
I was skeptical but after going back and forth from ecover to gg4, and doing some research, i do believe gg4 cleans better.
It can be a pain to work...
I do. I'd be lost without my Wag and Excelerator. I use them every day. However, not as a hand tool, just my preference.
No joint issues to speak of at the moment.
A lot of that systems from death gripping the handle And excessive pressure on glass. You'll notice it is fingertips, feather touch.
Exactly. This is what I teach. These are merely suggestions. It's like getting dogmatic about bowling techniques. Just knock the dumb pins over.
Oh, and thank you for the commendation. Much appreciated.
Yes and yes. However, if you watch the series, i dont show every technique in every video. We break it down.
The purpose of this vid was to demo the technique in the title, so I went smaller and didnt worry about stroke count.
Windshield wash straight in a squeeze bottle. You wont have to worry until it gets around 22F and below. Windshield wash doesnt leave a good finish if you miss spots but it's the most convenient for me.
Sun, windchill make a difference too with freezing or not.
From me to you.
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Window cleaning is all about CONFIDENCE! With better technique comes increased confidence in yourself and your work.
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Havent bought it yet but definitely will when I have to. Cole is awesome to talk to and they will send you leads if you pay a yearly fee.
So to me, yeah, definitely will be worth the money.
Oh but you know, you actually would be better off to buy your own angle grinder and then buy the pads...