From start to finish


#1

#2

Got to love a simple technique!

Good video @Rich7428


#3

Great example of the importance of mastering all the skills / techniques. What is faster, straight pulls or fanning? The answer is, YES!


#4

So I guess you could call me a straight-pull convert now. With few exceptions, I’ve been mimicking steve-o’s flow and I’m saving about 10% on time vs my old system of pole fanning every single overhead pane.


#5

Thanks bud!


#6

Same here! Amen!


#7

Sorbo - The best pole squeegee in my book.


#8

The ledge eze is a great pole tool also :wink:


#9

Steve what pole are you using in your video?


#10

That’s what I’ve been using. Now I have finally fulfilled my goal of a simple tool system that covers all the bases. Probably ought to upload it in the tool belt thread at some point here…


#11

That’s great to hear! Ya you should do that!:wink:


#12

I am pretty sure Steve-O uses Garelick poles in most of his videos. Based on the no external collars visible and flex, that’s what he appears to be using in this one.


#13

K.I.S.S.
Thanks Steve O @Rich7428


#14

How’s he doing one straight pull after another without drying the squeegee? I thought if you don’t do the seven technique you pretty much have to at least wipe the tip to avoid lines.


#15

He’s a Ninja. :sunglasses:


#16

That’s…nice…now how do i do it?


#17

Practice :sunglasses:


#18

Yes, of course. But WHAT do i practice? I can’t practice it if i don’t know how he’s doing it. If i keep practicing what i know now i will keep getting the same results.


#19

This is why you need to watch more Steve O videos. Wax on wax off


#20

I don’t know. But he is my sensei.