Pricing up

Discussion in 'Pressure Washing' started by phillip, Dec 13, 2016.

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  1. phillip

    phillip Member
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    Hi
    Got a small car park to price up.
    Its tarmac im not really sure how to proceed with this one. Soft wash ?
    Or I was thinking
    Spray away the thick with standard nozzle defo not turbo as it will rip it to bits. Then hypo leave. Then standard nozzle again. Any chewing gum are bad areas re hypo then re wash.
    Will this bring this up? I think its a days graft for one. May be wrong.
    I have not touched this type of surface before. But hopefully it will be easier than applying sand and re sealing. Cos that has caught me out a few times now how much time needs to go in to it and work. Most custys just want a pressure wash and wont pay the extra for sanding and re sealing.
    Your advice is much appreciated guys.
    Thank you.
     

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  2. CHWS

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    I don't think you can hypo tarmac without it changing colour. I could be wrong though
     
  3. peter rogers

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    u can but u need to do the dose right

    it gets in to it and kills it out then pressure wash then offer a reseal
     
  4. phillip

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    What is the correct dosage ?
    Just a really weak mix ?
    Is it just standard re seal using a roller or sprayer?
    Thanks
     
  5. peter rogers

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    Roll it to seal.

    And. Mix 15:1. Then go stronger if needed.
     
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