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Author Topic: Are WGs less interested in January?  (Read 4813 times)

Offline Festisio

No, you want one of these mate...   http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4069078.htm

That one has no mention of carpets in the spec, although someone has said they used it on carpets in the comments... interesting.

Offline JustSomeWG

Great, another prossie talking bollocks, just what we need. Must be slow business for you  :rolleyes:

Yup. It's slow.  :)


Offline JustSomeWG

I really wouldn't use them on carpets. All they do is put hot steam onto a surface. Heat and moisture may be the opposite of what you want to deal with a particular soil or fibre.

For carpets, you at least want something that extracts the moisture and soil via suction. A proper carpet cleaner is good for that. Professional carpet cleaners will tell you that ONLY their machines are any good, and I do think those Bissel/Vax things are pretty crap. But the machine you rent the supermarket (Rug Doctor) are actually pretty good.

cjkanye02

Nobody can be parsed in January. Last week was dreadful at work!!

Offline fredpunter

I saw a demo of a steam cleaner once that made out it it took all the effort out of ironing shirts. Any truth that, seeing as my Missus doesn't seem to realise thats her role in life.

Offline JustSomeWG

Steamers are useful for getting wrinkles out of fabric. Clothing stores use them to get creases out of clothes before putting them on the racks. But they won't make a shirt look as if it's been ironed.

Did you get your missus a nice new steam-generating iron for Christmas? Wives love those sorts of gifts!  ;)

Offline Strawberry

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It would be interesting to hear of any seasonal variation Punters experience, I only know how I work so don't know how it is from the other side and with other SPs.

Online James999

I used to have a cleaning company.

Yea, and a degree and a good background, heard it all before  :wacko:

Offline Daffodil

Yea, and a degree and a good background, heard it all before  :wacko:

What she means is she owned a mop and a bucket and a pair of marigolds and would scrub the toilets down 'The Red Lion'  :sarcastic:

Offline punk

or telling the truth and the business hit hard times.

Offline hollysbeenabadgirl

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Yea, and a degree and a good background, heard it all before  :wacko:

What she means is she owned a mop and a bucket and a pair of marigolds and would scrub the toilets down 'The Red Lion'  :sarcastic:


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Offline JustSomeWG

I am not sure how a cleaning company would dovetail with a degree and a good background.


Offline punk

I am not sure how a cleaning company would dovetail with a degree and a good background.

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Offline StevenS

My Mrs has a steam cleaner. She's impressed.

On the original topic, £150 or whtever someones usual amount is, is the same value in January as it is in every other month, if not more, having splashed a fortune on presents and xmas excess. Being a bit slow shouldnt affect the experience once the clock starts ticking. If it does, then simply I will never ever return.

Offline SirPhilipXX

I'm interested in steam cleaners too. Dani, what make is this 5 in 1 steam cleaner you've got?

For shame, Daffodil. Be nice.
I'd like to know too, Dani

Offline Whitebeer

Hi guys,
So first time steam cleaner here. I was looking through the tinternet for a decent steam cleaner when I stumbled upon this. It's amazing what gem of an info board can be untangled from within such innocuous cyber threads.

its a quiet month and most go on holiday, well the Chinese ones do

Roland D Hay

That one has no mention of carpets in the spec, although someone has said they used it on carpets in the comments... interesting.

Don't think you'd use a steam cleaner on carpets, they'd shrink,  the person who said they used it on their carpet now has a rug!

Offline willbred

I would think any WG worth seeing is definitely interested, whatever the month. Prossies have Xmas bills to pay too.
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Offline Daffodil

Again, ladies, you all seemed to jump to the defence of this prossie and her 'steam cleaning'.

Perhaps you all (well, not all, I read some posts as being tongue in cheek) need to turn the blinkers off when you think a 'lady' is posting  :hi:

It would be interesting to hear of any seasonal variation Punters experience, I only know how I work so don't know how it is from the other side and with other SPs.

I have a monthly punting budget and spend [but don't exceed] it every month of the year.  It wouldn't matter to me whether it's January or July.

Not bought a steam cleaner for a while, had a bad experience with this one I got from Romania a while back - the spec looked good, it said it did everything I wanted and was only £80 so I thought 'why not'.

When I got it though it looked nothing like the one in the advert  :scare:

The instructions weren't in English and I had to make it go where I wanted.it didn't have a suck function and barely even got wet.

To be honest it looked like it had been used and returned before.

Bloody EE's, I'll go British if I get the itch again

Offline hollysbeenabadgirl

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Not bought a steam cleaner for a while, had a bad experience with this one I got from Romania a while back - the spec looked good, it said it did everything I wanted and was only £80 so I thought 'why not'.

When I got it though it looked nothing like the one in the advert  :scare:

The instructions weren't in English and I had to make it go where I wanted.it didn't have a suck function and barely even got wet.

To be honest it looked like it had been used and returned before.

Bloody EE's, I'll go British if I get the itch again

Took me a while  :rolleyes: :lol:


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