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Old 09-12-2012, 02:27 PM   #1
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Upper Wall Access / Height Scaredy Cat

I am thinking of buying this so I can get up and not be as scared as I am on a ladder because I'm gonna have to get to the upper exterior walls to do my Poli Glow.....

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A ladder will be lots of up-and-down. The scaffolding would make the job go much easier and faster.
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I used to sell those for Lowes and everyone that I sold to was happy with the product. If you need or want some of the accessories, the shipping time can be fairly long.
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I tried one, wasn't for me, seemed a bunch more wobbly than a ladder, but yes, you can cover a bigger area with it.

Ended up getting a pro model from the local rental house. You could hold a dance on that thing and I don't think it would rock or wobble. It also had big casters, like 10" or 12" high that would roll easily on the driveway.
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I tried one, wasn't for me, seemed a bunch more wobbly than a ladder, but yes, you can cover a bigger area with it.

Ended up getting a pro model from the local rental house. You could hold a dance on that thing and I don't think it would rock or wobble. It also had big casters, like 10" or 12" high that would roll easily on the driveway.
I forgot about a rental yard...that's a good idea! I may not be able to work on it this weekend though.....forecasting rain rain rain....which is good, but not for applying Poly Glow
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