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    Quote Originally Posted by Zep View Post
    As many have mentioned above, this is just a ion exchange water filtration system, used by window cleaners up and down the land.

    I would buy one of these http://www.windowcleaning-supplies.c...l-0119832.html and one of these http://www.windowcleaning-supplies.c...01196210U.html
    More or less the same thing for the same price by the looks of things, Zep? Maybe a few quid less.

    edit - the resin is quite a bit less expensive via your link. I assume it's the same stuff, near as dammit?
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    Even cheaper if you supply your own bucket. Raceglaze donít seem to publish what is in their resin (they have to supply a Material Safety Data Sheet by law if you want to find out) but every system I have read about uses the mixed base resin which is what this is.

    I imagine a streak free dry is as important to window cleaners as it is to us.

    It is a bit less as you get 10 litres of resin and you donít need to pay for the hose fittings, they are already on there. If you buy a second hand bottle like Jaast did then even cheaper.

    You can also buy larger bottles if size is important to you

    Quote Originally Posted by Felonious Crud View Post
    More or less the same thing for the same price by the looks of things, Zep? Maybe a few quid less.

    edit - the resin is quite a bit less expensive via your link. I assume it's the same stuff, near as dammit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felonious Crud View Post
    I spoke to Raceglaze today and there are no deals to be had on this, which is a shame. It's why they only sell direct - there's not enough margin for suppliers to take a cut. Apparently they've been £99 for four years because £110 seems too high and would put people off. There's more margin in the refills.

    On the basis that P&P is likely to go up imminently, if you want one then place your orders now. It's only a few quid and will probably go up by a fiver.
    Worth a try. I had tried for half a dozen Porsche guys, but they did not move on price.
    Asked if I got more interest, they replied there wasn't enough margin in it.

    I didn't want to dampen efforts or enthusiasm.

    A good product. Don't bother with their fittings - much cheaper at B&Q and Homebase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheshiremaserati View Post
    Worth a try. I had tried for half a dozen Porsche guys, but they did not move on price.
    Asked if I got more interest, they replied there wasn't enough margin in it.

    I didn't want to dampen efforts or enthusiasm.

    A good product. Don't bother with their fittings - much cheaper at B&Q and Homebase.
    Yeah, that’s clearly where the profits are. The water quality meter was about 5x the Amazon price, from memory.
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