The 50-year-old, from Leeds, West Yorks., wiped the floor with the younger lads - and used his skills as a black belt in karate to wax-on, wax-off the competition. Sadly he did not beat 20-year recorder holder Essex-based Terry Burrows, whose best ever time for cleaning three 1.143m high windows is just 9.14 seconds, at the trade event held in Manchester on Wednesday. Terry says his success is down to a quickfire 16-move sequence that draws on skills he honed as a martial arts instructor and boxer. Sadly, Terry is banned from entering any further competitions to let others stand a chance at winning.
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Nimble Neil Caden has won the title of the fastest window washer after cleaning up the competition in just 20 seconds.
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Thursday, 7th April 2016, 12:51 pm
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