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Hi thinking of getting rid of this for a client with a pertrol jet wash, and recommendations of any prior cleaning of soaking?

 

 

Thanks for the help! Sam 

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Pjj

Hypo mix and pressure wash for instant results or bio treatment that will work over weeks and months , personally I would wet it down then 4-1 mix of hypo to kill the algy give it a light rub with wfp if you have that if not give it a scrub with a broom re app,y hypo mix if needed wash down with pressure washer job done 

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Dennis Taylor

As per PJJ above, spray with 3-4% mix of hypo, agitate with brush and leave to dwell for 30-45mins then PWash. Repeat if necessary 

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sking
9 minutes ago, Dennis Taylor said:

As per PJJ above, spray with 3-4% mix of hypo, agitate with brush and leave to dwell for 30-45mins then PWash. Repeat if necessary 

Thanks! Also wondering how to clean uo this, stone resin. They previously used a electric jet wash with no luck!

Thanks again!

 

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sking
11 minutes ago, Dennis Taylor said:

As per PJJ above, spray with 3-4% mix of hypo, agitate with brush and leave to dwell for 30-45mins then PWash. Repeat if necessary 

 

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Pjj

Not done any stone resin cleans but would think pressure washing with a flat surface cleaner on a lower setting would work fine I would try a bit first as a test , don’t cone across them very often down hear 

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scottish cleaning service

The first one, I would be worried about the plants and may be an idea to dig them out and replant next day.

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Carts69
On 4/10/2018 at 20:52, sking said:

Hi thinking of getting rid of this for a client with a pertrol jet wash, and recommendations of any prior cleaning of soaking?

 

 

Thanks for the help! Sam 

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Then tackle those grubby slabs afterwards 

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