Jet Washing Jobs I Did.

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  1. Gmeister

    Gmeister Grand Master
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    Some pictures here of a couple of jobs I did for a couple of people, first two are my parents and second is my mate, I got paid but not in money, and this gives me some practice and pictures to go in my company profile. :Image7:
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  2. CNS-southwest

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    Tidy job.

    Did you use any chems?

    Like a pre wash?
     
  3. Gmeister

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    No chems maybe I should of? Theres like really small black dots dotted around which wouldnt come up?
     
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    The brick pics don't even look like the same wall.

    Good job on those!!!
     
  5. Donny

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    Nice job, wouldn't worry about using chems until you get more experience, unless the black stains are really noticeable I don't bother.
     
  6. CNS-southwest

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    Yer you could if you were not 100% happy.

    Maybe get a snow foam bottle thing for your lance and use a strong APC like this:http://www.carchem.co.uk/jn2-5-litre-p-289.html

    Snow foam it on and then leave to dwell for 12 or so minutes.
     
  7. Smurf

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    Looking good...Nice one :Image9: .

    Have you had a go a block paving yet?
     
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  9. Gmeister

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    Nice1 smurf! Cheers!
     
  10. Smurf

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    No problem Gmeister :Image9:

    Here is the back too...

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    Clearing out blocked gully by hand before pressure washing patio area.
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    Only time I've ued a B&Q orange plastic gutter scoop too as normaly does not fit in the gap of house guttering. I must say still came in very handy on that gully soo was not a waste of money after all. http://www.diy.com/nav/garden/garden-tools-equipment/garden-hand-tools/digging___planting_tools/-specificproducttype-scoops___bulb_planters/All-Purpose-Scoop-12077672?skuId=12608379

    [SIZE=10.5pt]Also the drain bend was blocked with debris so was upto my elbow clearing that out too. When I reached the bottom of the bend I removed 2 large pieces of stone that was blocking the flow so any amount of jetting would not have unblocked it. Another successful hand job methinks :Image13:[/SIZE]


    After - to come later today

    Paving Slabs Before
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    Side Block Paving Path Before
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    Paving After - to come later today
     
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