Using Hypo in hot weather

Discussion in 'Pressure Washing' started by aceman, Feb 20, 2016.

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  1. aceman

    aceman Member
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    Hi guys - Is it ok to use hypo on block paving? And as the weather becomes hotter is it ok to use hypo on block paving or is there a risk of bleaching the colours in excess heat?

    Cheers, AM
     
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  2. sllab

    sllab Active Member
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    It will work quicker in warmer weather I found. It isn't any more or less of a problem in warm weather. Just don't let it dry out on the surface and you should be fine. Also test on a small inconspicuous area first if unsure.
     
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    Thanks for the info. Is it ok to use on block paving or only suitable for paving? Thanks
     
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    sllab Active Member
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    It is really good on block/ brick paving.
    DO NOT use it on tarmac and at a minimum do a test if being used on any natural stone.
     
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