Got rendering to clean

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Clearview Lee, Oct 5, 2015.

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  1. Clearview Lee

    Clearview Lee Well-Known Member
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    It's the bobbley type of rendering, and would rather buy a new brush specifically for this kind of work than use my glass cleaning ones! - Can anyone recommend me the type of wfp brush for this kind of hard, uneven surface??

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  2. sambo

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    Even pressure washing didn't make pebbledash on my house clean - I think you may find re painting is the only decent option
     
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  3. Clearview Lee

    Clearview Lee Well-Known Member
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    Cheers mate. I was told the same from someone else who got stung on a job. Thanks Bud.


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    Clearview Lee Well-Known Member
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    I tried a test run on a piece, and it looked hardly different. Slight difference. Anyway, I ain't doing it. It's at least £1000 min job, and at that price they'll be hawk-eyed for sure. Defo not worth the hassle. Told them straight.


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