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  1. Aquajetexteriorcleaning

    Aquajetexteriorcleaning Active Member
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    1. Will this stuff damage lead or discolour
    2. What about metal drain covers
    3. Will it be OK to use wfp microbore hose or is there a hose out there that's built for chemical use.
    Thank you and sorry if these are really stupid questions.
     
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  2. peter rogers

    peter rogers Grand Master
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    Yes
    Maybe depending on what Darin cover made of
    And microbore works. But wears out
     
  3. Aquajetexteriorcleaning

    Aquajetexteriorcleaning Active Member
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    So what about when your cleaning render on a house that has lead flashing above a porch?
    I have a patio to do that has glavanized drain covers the ones where the slabs fit in side of the cover.
     
  4. peter rogers

    peter rogers Grand Master
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    That be grand

    Just be careful around the flashing there is a productu can et to lean the lead
     
  5. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    We're talking hypo I assume Micro Bore be totally fine
    After a few months the hose locks wear out
    The lead does go brown just give it a rinse before and after it goes back to normal
    Metal drain covers no probs at all
     
  6. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    i think it's Oxallic acid removes the stain off lead but it always dissapear in my experience
     
  7. Aquajetexteriorcleaning

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