10-21-2011, 01:27 PM
Josh Corey of Window Maven Window Cleaning in Marina Del Rey, Ca. shows you how he can get more water out of his brush by adding a few pieces of hose and an extra tee-fitting to create quad pencil jets in his waterfed pole brush. This method helps the rinsing process on hydrophobic glass where you’ll commonly find the water beading off the glass making it harder to rinse. It uses up a little more water but it can shave off some time during your work day.
Standard dual jetted brushes come with a pair of pencil jets and a pair of fan jets. You can take out the fan jets and put in pencil jets or make your brush triple jetted. If your brush is single jetted, you can drill holes into your brush and adapt in a new pair of pencil jets. There are many options, all of them are your personal preference.
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