You've been hypo'd

Discussion in 'Pressure Washing' started by Taxlossloz, Feb 3, 2016.

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  1. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    Nice Tax-man. Was that power washed or hypoed and loads of stiff brushing?
     
  3. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    Yo green guy !
    That was washed quickly
    Then hypo
    30 mins then washed and turbo nozzle where needed
    All with a little karcher £199
    am thrashing it's balls off till it konks out !
     
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  5. windowsurfer

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    What do you mean by washed first, powerwashed or soaked with water before putting hypo on?:thumbsup: Looking good
     
  6. Taxlossloz

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    Quick light power wash first
     
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    Did it effect the grass on the other side?
    Really want to use hypo, but this stuff going on the grass even if just rinsing with a hose bothers me.
     
  8. Taxlossloz

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    If your worried then water it down and try it at home first
    It's only been a problem when I used it neat
     
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    Think I remember the smurf saying to soak the grass around the area to prevent issues before putting hypo on, maybe someone else?
     
  10. Taxlossloz

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    Prob Evie stevie he's the top man on it
     
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