It's time to change the game....

Discussion in 'Softwash' started by Green Pro Clean Ltd, Jan 8, 2017.

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  1. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    I have to start this thread with a massive thanks to Ben Marriot at Rutland pumps.. He sat back listened to what I wanted to do and turned it into actual hardware.

    I took delivery of it today so this is a sneak peak of Bens creation that's going to change the game.

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    So far as we know this is the only machine of its kind in the country at present.
    Tomorrow we find out how well it does at it goes to work on its first roof.

    Will update you with some vids tomorrow. :thumbsup:
     
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  2. Nicky

    Nicky Active Member
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    Good luck with it
     
  3. johnny bravo

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    awesome beast
     
  4. BigFoot

    BigFoot Active Member
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    Looking forward to this, nothing like taking a leap of faith to sort out the constipation! Good luck with the venture.


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  5. adamangler

    adamangler Wakefield Window Warrior
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    I know nothing of softwashing

    Is this to simply spray chemicals onto a roof?
     
  6. Den

    Den Forum Addict
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    No clue about softwash but looks well engineered machine hope it performs as well as it looks.
     
  7. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Yes it is to spray chemicals adamangler however you should know it is never a matter of 'simply'

    There are a few different methods of application and till now to cover all you would have needed a a small selection of different machines. This one does it all.
     
  8. adamangler

    adamangler Wakefield Window Warrior
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    Ok.

    Just wondered why the great big machine is needed for spraying. Thought it was just a case of using an old backpack or something.

    Its something I will look into in the spring I think
     
  9. peter rogers

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    wwith hypo a back pack doesnt cut it after a few uses

    i have my wee system and it works for me what is it ?? a flojet pump a 100m hose and a wheelie bin
     
  10. Chris33

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    peter rogers why would a backpack not work after a while spraying hypo? Genuine question like
     
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