Touch up technique

Here’s a video of how we do touch ups when wfping -


If you don’t have one of these <a href=“” target=“_top”><img src=“ fixi clamp.jpg” alt=“” title=“” /></a><img style=“border:0” src=“” width=“1” height=“1” alt=“” /> get one.

Nice tip Tony. You said that’s an Ettore Clamp? I’d prefer that over Unger.

I use broonze wool on the end of a pole. Works great.

Dan - yes it’s an Ettore

DeJay - I’ved used bronze wool but this seems to work quicker.

Nice tip Tony, I been wanting to purchase it for a while knw its a must. Which one is better Ettore or Unger clamp?

They are basically the same tool. Only difference is the color. WCR carries the Unger.

Thanks tony.

Thanks tony. Ill be gettin a unger one.

Glad you found it useful.

I’ve got one and I love it. Only I don’t have a wfp, I use it when I have to squeegee with a pole. I’ve got one pole with my wagtail and another pole with the clamp. I roll up a blue towel and detail the window edges. Makes every window I pole look just as good as the ones done face to face.

You can use the same technique to touch up windows done traditionally as well.

Yes, that’s a great tip. Thanks for the video. I’m going to make sure to pick up a few cans and make that a part of my regular stock I carry to every job. It’s little tips like this that I read this forum every day.

I’ve got the Ettore one and it does come in handy. I’ve never tried the Unger one.

That foaming glass cleaner is good stuff. I use it on french panes inside. Learned that on one of the WCR videos. Such a good application for the tool, making life better and safer for window cleaners. I need to get a reach around (still crack up over the name) but it’s a great looking tool.

Thanks for the video!


Nice video, thanks Tony. Touch up can make all the dif in the world. I need to work on that as it can make or break a job. Where is a good place to buy Sprayaway?
The difference between this and bronze is you have a wider area covered by the micro I think. I am eager to try the product.

You can get it at Home Depot, Ace Hardware, or Wal-Mart. (I know Larry, I know.)