PB Plumber reviews for Checkatrade

August 1, 2019

Over the last few years, PB Plumber has become one of the most familiar faces in construction on social media. From daily vlogs to how-to guides, his videos shine a light on what daily life is like for a plumber and they’ve proved really successful. In fact, since 2011 he’s gained well over 1.3 million views on YouTube. We recently tasked PB Plumber to review a collection of on-site lights and torches from Unilite to find out how he rated them and he’s now put his thoughts together as part of his latest ‘Back of the Van’ review series.

To find out what he thinks, click below to watch:

 

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