Clean Your Windows Like A Pro: The Best Water Fed Telescopic Window Cleaner Kits

Elevate your window cleaning routine to new heights with our handpicked selection of telescopic water-fed poles.
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    Say goodbye to tedious ladder climbs and bucket hassles by using a water-fed window cleaning pole. Whether you need to tackle dirty windows, solar panels, fascias or soffits, there are multiple kits to choose from that cater to all budgets and experience levels.

    Although cleaning windows with a window vac provides great results, it’s very difficult to use for windows that aren’t on the ground floor. Therefore, this is where telescopic water-fed window cleaning poles become very useful as they can easily extend up to 50 feet+.

    To assist you in selecting a suitable water-fed-window cleaning kit, our handpicked selection lists top-performing kits, chosen based on our first-hand experience using multiple telescopic water-fed poles to clean windows and other surfaces. Our testing and up-to-date research further ensure the quality of our recommendations.

    IGADPole Water Fed Telescopic Pole
    Best Complete Kit: IGADPole Water Fed Telescopic Pole
    Starlyf Telescopic Window Cleaning Pole
    Best Value: Starlyf Hydrocleaner Telescopic Window Cleaner
    Witriolik Window Cleaning Pole
    Best Professional: Witriolik Window Cleaning Pole
    MAXBLAST Water Fed Telescopic Pole & Backpack
    Best Portable: MAXBLAST Water Fed Telescopic Pole & Backpack
    Hi-Tech Water Fed Telescopic Window Cleaning Pole
    Best Budget: Hi-Tech Water Fed Telescopic Window Cleaning Pole

    How The DIY Works Team Tests & Rates The Telescopic Window Cleaner Kits

    As we own and manage several properties (Airbnb’s and rentals), we find ourselves cleaning windows, fascias and soffits regularly. This means that we’ve had the pleasure of testing several telescopic window cleaners and this includes budget to professional kits with multiple attachments that make the task of cleaning far easier.

    During our ongoing testing, we analyse the kit’s contents, how easy the pole is to extend and use, effectiveness in all cleaning applications and build quality.

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    Below is a video that we posted on our YouTube channel that shows us testing one of our top recommendations. As you can see, we are reaching over 20 feet high and scrubbing away years of dirt upon a fascia.

    To keep up our commitment to reviewing and testing the latest window cleaning pole kits (for this article), we are continually testing the latest kits offered by top brands in the UK. This means that when we notice a brand has released a new and improved kit, we will attempt to buy it and put it to the test (where applicable).

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    As well as our thorough testing and experience using multiple telescopic window cleaners, we also based our recommendations on the latest research and several factors. Some of the factors that we took into consideration included the kit’s build quality, the inclusion of a soap dispenser, supplied attachments, usability, warranty and value for money.

    The Best Water Fed Telescopic Window Cleaner Kits

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    1. Best Complete Kit: IGADPole Water Fed Telescopic Pole

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    The IGAD brand specialises in water fed window cleaning poles and this particular kit is their new and improved telescopic window cleaner. When compared to its predecessor, it’s up to 35% lighter and it also comes with several new additions to make cleaning with the tool far more efficient and easier.

    In terms of what is included within the complete kit offered by IGAD, it features a water fed brush, squeegee, cobweb duster, soap dispenser, in-line tap and you also have the choice of extension pole sizes.

    Pros
    • New and improved design
    • Multiple pole sizes to choose from (12, 17, 20 and 24 foot)
    • During testing, we found the pole and each of the attachments to be of high quality
    • Large capacity soap dispenser
    • Multiple additional accessories available by the brand
    • Easy to assemble out of the box
    Cons
    • Relatively expensive when compared to the alternatives

    Although expensive, the IGAD telescopic window cleaner is one of the best kits on the market that’ll easily clean your windows, solar panels, fascias and so much more. It’s important to note that each kit is different and you’ll want to carefully read the contents to avoid disappointment. For example, we strongly advise that the soap dispenser is included.

    2. Best Value: Starlyf Hydrocleaner Telescopic Window Cleaner

    (How We Review →)

    If you are on a tight budget but still want a water fed window cleaning pole that features a soap dispenser, the Starlyf Hydrocleaner is a great option to consider. It’s available in extendable lengths of up to 4.6 or 7 metres and supplied with the kit is a brush head, water tube, connectors, angle adapter, soap dispenser and instructions.

    Pros
    • Offers excellent value for money
    • Clever 3-in-1 brush head that's durable but gentle to use on your windows
    • Ergonomic and padded handle that makes it more comfortable to use for long periods
    • Comes with everything you need in the box
    Cons
    • Compared to other telescopic window cleaners we've used, we felt that the build quality could be improved

    When compared to similarly priced telescopic window cleaners, the Starlyf Hydrocleaner is way ahead of its competition and by far the best value kit on the market. It comes with all the attachments and adjustability that the premium alternatives offer and it’s perfect for domestic use. Although it lacks in build quality, for the price, you can’t go wrong.

    3. Best Professional: Witriolik Window Cleaning Pole

    (How We Review →)

    If you plan to clean your windows on a regular basis and require a professional-grade water fed cleaning pole, the Witriolik brand has the answer. They offer a huge selection of pole and brush head sizes with poles that range from 13 to 65 feet and brush heads that are available in gold or silver and 30 to 50 cm sizes.

    What makes this particular telescopic window cleaner stand out is its build quality. For example, the plugs are made entirely of copper, the brush head features rubber edges and even the connectors are made of professional-grade plastic. It’s a window cleaning tool that’s built to last and it’s perfect for DIY enthusiasts and professionals.

    Pros
    • Built to the highest of standards
    • Huge array of pole and brush head sizes
    • Easy to assemble out of the box
    • Soft sponge handle for comfortable use
    • Suitable for cleaning a wide range of components
    • Lightweight aluminium construction
    Cons
    • Most expensive water fed window cleaning pole within our roundup

    To conclude, the Witriolik window cleaning pole is one of the best examples of what is available on the market. The build quality and well-thought out design make it worth the added investment and it certainly won’t disappoint.

    4. Best Portable: MAXBLAST Water Fed Telescopic Pole & Backpack

    (How We Review →)

    Another professional window cleaning pole kit that’s worth considering is by the MAXBLAST brand. However, unlike the Witriolik alternative above, this kit features a backpack that allows you to carry water with you so that you aren’t restricted by garden hoses. Therefore, you are free to roam around your house with up to 16 litres of water.

    In terms of the kit’s contents, it includes a lightweight aluminium pole that extends up to 24 feet, water tubes, a brush head, a squeegee, a hose connector and of course, the water fed backpack.

    Pros
    • Professional-grade construction quality
    • Easily extends up to 24 feet
    • Backpack features adjustable straps to tailor the fit to your requirements
    • Intuitive 3-way connector that allows you to keep the brush and squeegee attached
    • Pole only weighs 2.6 KG
    Cons
    • You pay a premium price for the addition of the water fed backpack
    • Carrying 16 litres of water may be difficult for some users

    During testing of the MAXBLAST kit, we found it to be very effective in all cleaning applications that we tested it with and the ability to freely roam without being restricted by a hose was a great benefit.

    However, the premium price tag that it comes with will put many off this particular kit but we must stress, it offers much more than just a backpack. For example, it’s built to a high standard, the pole is lightweight and easy to extend and the connector allows you to keep both attachments connected at all times.

    5. Best Budget: Hi-Tech Water Fed Telescopic Window Cleaning Pole

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    One of the cheapest water fed telescopic window cleaners that’s actually worth buying is the Hi-Tech pole. The pole itself is fairly basic but the brand offers several additional components that you can add at a later date if required. However, as a basic window cleaning pole, it’s the perfect beginner tool to start cleaning your windows.

    Pros
    • Offers great value
    • Brush head features soft bristles that are durable yet gentle on surfaces
    • Lightweight as it weighs just 1.6 KG
    • The brand offers additional attachments to further improve the window cleaning pole
    • Available in 13, 16, 20 and 24 foot extendable lengths
    Cons
    • Doesn't feature a soap dispenser but it can be purchased separately

    To conclude, the Hi-Tech telescopic window cleaner is an excellent budget-friendly option to consider. Its popularity is a clear indication of its quality and the fact that the brand offers several accessories means that if anything were to break on your pole, you will easily be able to fix it with readily available parts.

    Conclusion

    Cleaning windows, solar panels, fascias and soffits are made far easier when you don’t need to climb a set of ladders with a bucket and this is where water fed window cleaning poles become extremely useful. We’ve tested multiple over the years and even the budget-friendly options allow you to effectively clean with ease.

    As stated above, we strongly recommend purchasing a kit that comes with a soap dispenser as you’ll always achieve better results. Attempting to clean windows without soap can be difficult and you can end up simply moving dirt around.

    If you require further information regarding our water fed window cleaning pole recommendations, feel free to get in touch and we will try to provide our assistance where possible.

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