Conservatory roof

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Shaun1977, Mar 4, 2012.

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  1. Shaun1977

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    Doing my first conny roof this week and it's totally pitted with muck any tips on how best to conny roofs would be greatly appreciated


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  2. ricoclay

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    SSwear word!e what you can off with an extension pole and your applicator attached (without the mop), then rinse it off with a hose. Once you have done that, either WFP it or use your applicator with the mop on to scrub the "ground-in" stuff off, then squeegee it. Good luck mate. Will take about 20mins a panel
     
  3. chip

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    i always use just pure water, though last time i put a drop of ecover in which worked well. most use tfr but i can't be bothered.
    when doing conny lids, and sometimes 1st cleans for that matter, i use an alloy pole, just feel i can give more scrub
     
  4. simon

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    if the customer has an outside tap i clean it off with that & all purpose cleaner from asda about 60p in a soap dispenser then just use pure to rinse. ive found gardiners sill brushes are great for the finial things
     
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    Chemical called virosol. Mix with water, spray bottle it on & leave for 5 mins. Moss and grime comes off with barely any effort.
     
  6. mr shine

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    ive used virosol and was very impressed theres another chemical called ubix 2000 which is also brilliant i find using the right chemical speeds the job up ive also tried ecover with a small drop of domestos also very good but not near plant life or paint work
     
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    Have to brushes to alternate with and get scrubbing!

    Virosol is ok. Make sure you thouroughly rinse afterwards though if you use it.
     
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