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Tiger stripes on gutter and facias advice

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NoName
23 hours ago, Robbo said:

attached a magic eraser pad to it.

 

@Robbo, looks like you can get replacement 'magic eraser mop heads' which are wider than the 'standard' (small) size sponges - looks like it would compliment your innovation nicely. Think I'll try the magic sponge next time I encounter 'tiger stripes) if successful - think I might 'borrow' your innovation  

 

 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Complete-Non-Scratch-Magic-Eraser-Mop-with-Replacement-Magic-Sponge-Mop-Heads/302648729951?hash=item467745215f:m:m-UGVBoMrIJ8Prf3kv-KGzw

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Beckon Call

I use a bleach based wash. Sometimes those stripes are permanent, check them closely before you scrub away all the paint trying to get something off that won't come off.

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Skywalker

Hey @Pjj bought and tried the oxi-wash on your recommendation.

 

The gutters were bad in places but the staining was light after the first go with just pure, some tiger stripes here and there. I then applied the oxi-wash via back pack and spray nozzle, giving it a bit of time to work it’s magic after agitation.  Rinsed everything and the results were great, no stains, and the white was exceptionally white, like new actually. 

Still a work in progress as to the volume on bad stain it can remove, but so far so good.

 

So many thanks for the advice 👍

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Pjj
32 minutes ago, Skywalker said:

Hey @Pjj bought and tried the oxi-wash on your recommendation.

 

The gutters were bad in places but the staining was light after the first go with just pure, some tiger stripes here and there. I then applied the oxi-wash via back pack and spray nozzle, giving it a bit of time to work it’s magic after agitation.  Rinsed everything and the results were great, no stains, and the white was exceptionally white, like new actually. 

Still a work in progress as to the volume on bad stain it can remove, but so far so good.

 

So many thanks for the advice 👍

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There you go I said it was good stuff 😂😂😂

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THL4KEL
On 27/01/2020 at 21:45, Pjj said:

 

This stuff will remove it you can buy it in smaller quantities it works well 

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PJJ once you have mixed up the solution, say you don't use it all on a job does it store well in a sealed bottle to be used at a later date?

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Pjj
4 hours ago, THL4KEL said:

PJJ once you have mixed up the solution, say you don't use it all on a job does it store well in a sealed bottle to be used at a later date?

 

 

To be honest I don’t know , we always use what we mix up , I have got used to guessing the amount we will need and just mix enough for the job , we generally keep a virisol mix in the backpack clean the job using that then any stubborn bits just apply the oxi  wash to those areas you could do the whole lot with it but it would work out expensive so we only use it where Virosol doesn’t remove the marks , if you have a hand pump up sprayer like an iq9 you can just mix one ltr of solution and spray it on this uses minimal product .

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Green Pro Clean Ltd

If they are metal gutters it will be a PITA -- if plastic however -- Apply ubix and give a decent scrub, then put a couple of dollops of Unger Rub Out direct to the brush and work it in -- this works so fast it isn't even funny. 

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