Video - Window cleaner makes sure motorists don’t get lost by scrubbing dirty road signs

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A kind-hearted window cleaner is helping to make sure motorists don’t get lost - by scrubbing dirty ROAD SIGNS.

Trevor Robinson, 35, uses his professional kit to make sure names of villages, hazard warnings and speed limits are all gleaming in order to keep drivers safe. The public-spirited grime fighter has taken it upon himself to remove layers of dirt from dozens of road signs he has come across on his rounds over the last few months. Trevor, who lives in Rough Close, Staffs., said fellow cleaners are now starting to take up the cause after he shared his efforts on social media.


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