What connection for your waterfed brush?


#1

WHAT PREFERENCE CONNECTION USE FOR WATERFED BRUSH
When comes to connecting your Water Fed Brush to pole or angle adapter.
What is your connection preference?

  • EURO THREAD
  • ACME THREAD
  • QUICK-LOQ
  • WIEL-LOCK

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#2

Gooseneck using quick lock


#3

So what is your preference to connect to the brush? (Thread)


#4

Quick loq is my preference. Easy to connect and disconnect. Positive attachment that never works loose or shifts while in use.


#5

So do you think Quick-LoQ would be good to use on a squeegee handles as well??


#6

Not really necessary for me. I use the ettore plastic ends for their poles and it fits right into my Gardiner pole. This allows me to use trad tools on the Gardiner pole. I wouldn’t oppose the ability to use the quick loq gooseneck with trad tools If it was possible


#7

No quick lock on squeegee handles because they aren’t left on.


#8

Don’t understand?
They not left on?


#9

Why would you want a squeegee to be connected with a quick lock?

I’m thinking a wfp brush stays on the pole mostly.

A squeegee on a pole is taken on off constantly.


#10

Wouldn’t it be easier to take squeegee on/off though?
just saying.


#11

With there being a lock it would take more time.

Its preference, Unger pole has the tip that locks


#12

Euro is the standard for most manufacturers so you can use multiple brushes from different manufacturers


#13

Gardiner sells the adapter fitting that will allow us to convert any brush to the quick loq. Brush selection has never been an issue,


#14

Yes but not all brushes are set up to use a socket some have the threads that are part of the block mold.


#15

This is true. However, between the brushes that allow the adapter and the wide selection of Gardiner brushes available, the quick loq is still the way to go IMO.


#16

Here are all the brushes we carry. Only the Tucker and Unger use a socket that can be removed.
https://shopwindowcleaningresource.com/water-fed-poles-systems/brushes.html


#17

Of cause you could do this, made video about 5 years ago. https://youtu.be/k0o-IDZpiXM


#18

@John, what’s your opinion of the quailty of the brushes that use the threads built into the mold?


#19

The Brodex and Vikan are great brushes just a little heavy. We no longer have the Brodex.