Hello from Homer, Alaska!


#81

Grandson loves to help, especially when he has the spray bottle and the cat is nearby :grimacing:


#82

Liquid sunshine.


#83


Beachcombing.


#84

I’m excited because I was able to use my WFP on Nov. 28. It was only 12 windows but still refreshing. We had a couple of days with temps above freezing for a couple of hours so I timed the job right.

I realize that cleaning only 12 windows with a WFP doesn’t sound very efficient (16 minutes from the time I parked until starting the van) but for marketing purposes I like getting visibility for my equipment.


#86

@HBM is experienced with a wfp.
The point is he’s in Alaska and very few days during the winter that you can use a Wfp.


#88

You really don’t need practice once you “know” the technique…so…

But it great that you were being positive and nice and encouraging.


#89

I am experienced with WFP but I am always trying to be more efficient: less footwork, quicker setup/loadup times, less wasted motion overall. Due to our limited WC season I push myself to constantly improve my efficiency.


#90

Some of the coolest pictures are in this thread, thanks for sharing them Malcolm!


#91


Did WC at the Chamber of Commerce two months ago. Two days ago while doing carpet cleaning there I was fortunate to get a pic with reflections.


#92

My workforce is expanding! Grandson is in training.


#93


Prep for a storefront at +20 F :slightly_smiling_face:

Edit: I forgot to warm up my pole. when it wouldn’t extend I had to go nose-to-needles with a spruce tree that had the nerve to block a window :confounded:


#94

landscapers, like architects, don’t think about window cleaning in the future. At least you smelled good after!


#95



Yogi had a good run in the surf today. I did a bit of running too when he wouldn’t come back after his usual hour on the beach.