Soft washing for water fed pole window cleaners (video)

August 21, 2016

Soft washing for water fed pole window cleaners (video)

 

These 5 videos show water fed pole window cleaners how to expand into the highly profitable soft washing market.

We show you how to to use water fed pole window cleaning equipment to set up a soft washing service. If you already have water fed pole window cleaning equipment you'll be off and running in your soft washing business with very little extra investment.

We’ll show you, step-by-step, how you can earn big money using your existing water fed pole window cleaning equipment.

The actual rate you can charge varies from area to area and customer to customer but on average a daily rate of twice that which a good window cleaner can earn in your area is a fair target to aim for.

Sometimes the money can be a lot more but we don't want to over-promise.

Quick tip: YouTube does not always show videos in the correct order 1-5. So when you've watched the first (01) click on the next (02) – which may show as a thumbnail image in the sidebar and may show as "next video".

Here's the first of the five videos. The information builds sequentially through the videos, so it's best to watch them in the numbered order.
 

Click here to watch the first video


What soft washing equipment do you need?

You’ll learn how to easily adapt your water fed pole window cleaning system to become a soft wash cleaning system, using the equipment you most likely already have.

And if you want to expand into larger, and even more profitable, soft washing contracts, we’ll show you exactly what equipment you need to do that.


There’s not much extra soft washing equipment you’ll need but it is important to buy the best and most appropriate tools. As every tradesperson knows, the quality of our tools makes a big difference to the ease of working.

And what better than to earn good money from soft washing, by working with as little effort as possible?

How to build a soft washing business without advertising or cold calling

We’ll also show you how to build a soft washing business from your existing water fed pole window cleaning round – massively increasing your income – without cold calling or expensive advertising.

You can build a lucrative soft washing business by promoting it to your existing window cleaning customers. The secret to long-term success is knowing how to promote your soft washing business so customers want to pay you over and over again.

Click here to watch the first video


We hope you found this information helpful and sincerely wish you great success in your soft washing business,

Ben, Leo
, Fiona, Stevie & Anthony

Click here to explore the full range of Benz softwash cleaning products

Benz Softwash Bio Cleanze DDAC biocide & Benz Softwash Lightning Cleanze SH sodium hypochlorite biocide

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