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tench0771

im just geting in to it guna do my garden first as slabs r filfy do i just spray in on leave it or does it need to b rinced off ?

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Williams Jet Wash

Rinse off! Wet the whole area first with garden hose then spray hypo everywhere I hard broom the area then rinse with hose again leave on for say 20mins

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Williams Jet Wash

Make sure you take before after photos and that will need a re sand when dry

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Williams Jet Wash

If there was sand in the joints looked that way at a glance you've blown all that out wait till surface is bone dry again and sweep kiln dried sand back in I buy this from jewsons myself just as its local about 3.30 a bag buy enough you will be annoyed making another trip out for sand and what you don't use will keep for another job

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tench0771

thanks m8 ill do that its still all new to me its just a add on to my window cleaning round i do get asked from time to time about this sort of cleaning i just passed a job on to a friend he charged £300 so i thault that could have bin my £300 lol so thault sod it ill ave a bash my self

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Williams Jet Wash
thanks m8 ill do that its still all new to me its just a add on to my window cleaning round i do get asked from time to time about this sort of cleaning i just passed a job on to a friend he charged £300 so i thault that could have bin my £300 lol so thault sod it ill ave a bash my self

I'm doing it the other way round as it Go's started up pressure washing gutter cleans now added on window cleaning!

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Will it need re sanding just from hose ? @Williams Jet Wash

No I mean if you pressure wash 1st

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tench0771

done to slabs at my house to day looks good just rinced off with hose pole after:cool:

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Dave B

I reckon we need a hypo/softwash forum seeing as there are so many of us getting in to it now

What you guys reckon

@Gav ;)

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HALTON
From the hyper market obviously

Ha ha

Farmers supplies such as were m8 and what strength any web links cheers

 

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Taxlossloz

Well your nearest one mate don't know where you live!!

I not bought off eBay as there's big delivery charge

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Taxlossloz
Halton Leeds m8

 

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Oh right I'm north Leeds - Ayup !

I call in to Otley for mine on way to Ilkley but bit far

There must be a supplier in Leeds centre surely

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Taxlossloz

Sodium hypochlorite

Liquid chlorine

Comes in different strengths just dilute to taste !

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Eviestevie

Will def need resanding

If was my own property is use silkasand and sealant makes a drive look better than when laid

Contrary to believe

Sodium hypochlorite

Liquid chlorine

Comes in different strengths just dilute to taste !

tax your now tasting the stuff???

Your really do love it ha

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