Some Pics Off My Recent Powerwashing And Roof Coating Jobs

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  1. Donny

    Donny Well-Known Member
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    Been very busy recently so aint been on here so often,
    Some pics of some off my recent jobs
    Full roof and house walls clean using my hotbox to steam clean the walls and a pre treast with Chloras
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    Nice difference and even better when it dried
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    Powerwashed this roof and this is us adding first coat
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    finished, looks good eh
     

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  2. Donny

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    Another hoose roof and paint
    Slate roof so powerwash and 2 coats rollered on
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    came up nice
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    Another house clean and roof paint
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    Excellent work Donny


    What hotbox rig are you using?
     
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    That was the one I was looking at getting too Donny.

    Do you have the 15 ipm one & what temp can it reach?
     
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    looking good.

    first one looked like its had new roof fitted lol
     
  8. Donny

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    As the flow through is quite fast it can only reach about 70 c but that's good enough for what I need, not hot enough for graffiti removal and such, you really need a bigger unit or you need 2 of these in line to create steam Smurf
    oh and yes its the 15lpm one
     
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