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Conservatory cleaning with WFP and softwash machine.

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Another of my oldie videos I took down a while back during a revamp and just remembered to repost.   Hope it's helpful to someone. 

 

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Incheck

That’s just totally awesome Darren. Is the UBIK ok to use on glass roofs & also self cleaning glass roofs at the same ratio 20-1? Or is it a chemical that poses a risk to glass? Thanks


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Ubix is fine on all surfaces but like all chemical cleaners do not allow it to dry out.  Whilst I do the whole side of a conservatory at once with my system it is because of the machine I can do it without it drying out too quick. 

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Brill, now that ive seen it in the flesh im going to try it. Also the screwfix degreaser. I try to avoid doing these jobs on hot days anyway for that very reason. I cant stand streaking and things drying out too fast. Luckily we have a grass mowing round that’s great to do when its too hot for window cleaning [emoji16]


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10 hours ago, Incheck said:

Brill, now that ive seen it in the flesh im going to try it. Also the screwfix degreaser. I try to avoid doing these jobs on hot days anyway for that very reason. I cant stand streaking and things drying out too fast. Luckily we have a grass mowing round that’s great to do when its too hot for window cleaning emoji16.png


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The reason it dries and streaks is you're trying to do too much to fast then having to go back over it again to get rid if streaks etc.  The rules are 'slow and steady'  In most conditions you shouldn't be working on more than 1 - 2 panels a time.  This way they stay wet and you dont get streaks. 

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The reason it dries and streaks is you're trying to do too much to fast then having to go back over it again to get rid if streaks etc.  The rules are 'slow and steady'  In most conditions you shouldn't be working on more than 1 - 2 panels a time.  This way they stay wet and you dont get streaks. 

Indeed, but when it’s 30 degrees like it was in June try it then, when the suns been on the glass and it’s literally roasting! I used so much water and was there twice as long lol it just evaporated. Granted this isn’t very often.


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Corps012588

I may be a bit thick but where is this video please and sorry for being stoopid

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Ubix is fine on all surfaces but like all chemical cleaners do not allow it to dry out.  Whilst I do the whole side of a conservatory at once with my system it is because of the machine I can do it without it drying out too quick. 
What happens if it dries out? I been looking at ordering this stuff off ebay to give it a go.

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