mortar/concrete remover

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by ash brown, Jul 23, 2015.

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  1. ash brown

    ash brown Active Member
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    Hi all,
    What solutions do you use for new build cleans, ive looked at a job and its a bloody state with mortar all over glass and wood frames. searched quick online and found crete wash and concrete hammer but its bloody expensive. is there cheaper safe non acid concrete remover you can use. All help appreciated. cheers
     
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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Hi Ash, I have bought those before and found them to be worthless, for dried mortar and plaster I soak (and I mean soak) with soapy water then just tap at it softly with scraper with brand new blade. So far I have done fine with no damage to the glass surface.
     
  3. boarcity

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    if i was you id decline the job. any scratches that are already there done by a careless builder will be down to you- you wont see the scratches right now but once its all sparkley clean they will show up like a sore thumb
     
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    Oh yeah, NEVER do a builders clean without a FULL WAIVER for all liability signed by whoever hires you for the job.
     
  5. peter rogers

    peter rogers Grand Master
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    i have a house with little specs on one pane lol tried few things to get it off nd wont budge
     
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