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Water fed window cleaner at Aldi £9.99

£9.99 @ ALDI
Just pre- ordered this at Aldi online, special buy available from 25th instore. Ideal for those without a window cleaner or even if you have one, you could save yourself some money and do it yourself!…
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6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago
Just pre- ordered this at Aldi online, special buy available from 25th instore. Ideal for those without a window cleaner or even if you have one, you could save yourself some money and do it yourself!!!
Just shy of 10ft long (which is ample) a similar one at 12ft on Ebay is £37.99

Free delivery too!
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#1
Check extension length and beware this will leave stains if your water is hard and it will leave a lot of water if not allowed to drain quickly
#2
Great, thank you
6 Likes #3
If you want clean windows using this method of cleaning you'll need water that goes through a filtration system (that cost £1000's) otherwise you'll get water stained windows with dried streaky runs from all the minerals in the tap water. Yes, I'm a window cleaner
2 Likes #4
good find op, heat added
3 Likes #5
Bigfoot1
If you want clean windows using this method of cleaning you'll need water that goes through a filtration system (that cost £1000's) otherwise you'll get water stained windows with dried streaky runs from all the minerals in the tap water. Yes, I'm a window cleaner
Thats strange because every window cleaner iv'e ever known just used water from the tap.Including an uncle who was a window cleaner for 40 years.
#6
Bigfoot1
If you want clean windows using this method of cleaning you'll need water that goes through a filtration system (that cost £1000's) otherwise you'll get water stained windows with dried streaky runs from all the minerals in the tap water. Yes, I'm a window cleaner
Could you not just dry them off a telescopie squeegee or drying cloth?
Edit - this has a squeeqee on the head as well?


Edited By: pluves1 on Aug 20, 2016 17:20
6 Likes #7
Ahhhh yes of course .................. I forgot that our window cleaner brings a filtration system with him every time he does our windows.
3 Likes #8
den169
Bigfoot1
If you want clean windows using this method of cleaning you'll need water that goes through a filtration system (that cost £1000's) otherwise you'll get water stained windows with dried streaky runs from all the minerals in the tap water. Yes, I'm a window cleaner
Thats strange because every window cleaner iv'e ever known just used water from the tap.Including an uncle who was a window cleaner for 40 years.

That is only if they are taking the water off the windows. Wfp cleaning uses pure water which is left to dry by itself and leaves spotless clean windows.
4 Likes #9
my brother is a window cleaner and filters his water before he uses the pole fed system so its correct. if your window cleaner uses the old bucket and such method they shouldn't leave enough water on the window to need filtered water thats why they dont use it.
#10
great buy we are all getting lazy and should do our windows ourselves if we can manage
#11
Anyone used one of these on a conservatory roof?
#12
Sold out online.
3 Likes #13
nobbyogden
Anyone used one of these on a conservatory roof?
I wouldn't risk it. Far safer to use on a platform.
#14
jamsammy99
Sold out online.

http://i68.tinypic.com/vdobac.jpg
#15
They had these instore last week at my local Aldi
#16
Bigfoot1
If you want clean windows using this method of cleaning you'll need water that goes through a filtration system (that cost £1000's) otherwise you'll get water stained windows with dried streaky runs from all the minerals in the tap water. Yes, I'm a window cleaner

How much is a bag of DI? How hard is the water? You could run this through an aquarium filter and it would work.

Yes I am a window cleaner and yes I owned a DI system but traditional methods are the best and only way to clean a window.

These DIY systems keep window cleaners in a job.
#17
cavegirl12
jamsammy99
Sold out online.
http://i68.tinypic.com/vdobac.jpg
SOLD OUT ONLINE
IN STORE FROM THU 25 AUG
#18
How would these do at cleaning solar panels in a hard water area?

On a bungalow, standing at the level of the bottom of the room - ones at the back are quite hard to reach (I was using a mop attached to big stick, but that only got so far :).)
#19
They recently had extendable brushes, however you couldn't hook a hose to them. They were £7 each.
batemansxxxb
They had these instore last week at my local Aldi
They recently had extendable brushes, however you couldn't hook a hose to them. They were £7 each.
#20
jamsammy99
cavegirl12
jamsammy99
Sold out online.
http://i68.tinypic.com/vdobac.jpg
SOLD OUT ONLINE
IN STORE FROM THU 25 AUG


​these are already on sale in 2 of the stores in Edinburgh as of Friday night.
#21
There is only one place where you can get 100% purity for water and that's space
#22
Mmmm don't fancy learning rocket science to clean my Windows. :p
#23
Maplins have similar window cleaners as the ones from Aldi, at the same price.
Don't know if either of them are any good.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/telescopic-window-cleaner-n57df

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