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If you start off with and master Liquidator/Excelerator both pivoting and fixed you will be able to use anything. At the end of the day it’s just a squeegee.
I’m not saying anybody who learns with a liquidator will be all thumbs using a standard channel by default.
But I do think there is enough of a learning curve separating the two, especially where traditional pole work is concerned, that it would be difficult to switch from one to the other for the first time during a stacked workday/week. (Worst case scenario)
All this is just to reiterate that I don’t believe it’s a WASTE to purchase standard channels for learning, even if the plan is to eventually leave them behind.
Some people never learn to drive stick, and never have to. Nothing is expressly WRONG with that. For my part, I’d rather be familiar with the old ways before incorporating the new. But that’s just my opinion. Thank you for expressing yours.