Ivy growth

Discussion in 'Gutter & Fascia Cleaning' started by rshandyman, Dec 13, 2014.

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  1. rshandyman

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    any ideas how to remove ivy growth spots from fascias and gutters. I have tried scraping and it looks like I cannot remove it. any ideas?
     
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  2. Smurf

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    leave it is what I do and tell the customer it will not come off.
     
  3. rshandyman

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    I said that I will do my best butvin this case my best is not impressive at all..
     
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    Soak with water and flash for a while and then magic sponge
    If that don't work give up
     
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    By the time I have tried to clean it properly it would be cheaper for them to have it replaced.
     
  6. rshandyman

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    It did not work.I have tried.
     
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    Petrol and a match??
     
  8. rshandyman

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    I might have few other things to do at that place so for now no petrol and match
     
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    #9 rshandyman, Dec 14, 2014
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    maybe some special chemicals.I do not like saying to the customer that I have done my best and there is not much difference except they spend xxx amount of money to pay me for trying
     
  10. rshandyman

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    really there is no solution for this?
     
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