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Posted by signmanMorning Phil,I hope it pours down all day, it will wash my windows, living on the 2nd storey it's impossable to get them washed, only those high reach hoses will do the job, and I'm certainly not paying £20 to have them done, which is the standard charge.
Some years ago you could buy magnetic cleaning pads, one went on the outside, assuming you could reach out and place it there , whilst the other was held against the inside and moved around slowly. I expect they stopped making them because they don't work with double glazing, unless you have a very powerful electromagnet on the inside.
, Thu May 05, 2011 9:57 pm
Oddly enough it has been very quiet here, I have noticed no one from any party canvassing for the local elections or the referendum. I suppose they will be saying tomorrow that it was a low turnout, but it seems that it has been a low turnout for party helpers as well from whichever party. I did a postal vote earlier in the week for the referendum and just ignored the local election as usual. It would be a waste of time voting as I don't think labour even field a candidate in this ward anyway.
morning all... looks a bit dull today but im not complaining...off to my sisters again to supervise the remake of her garden...i shall just sit there and tell her what to do....actually its strange that eveyone seems to associate me these days with bricks as we have 3 bags of stones to lay out....