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Jet Washing house fascias


Nick1000

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I like how they say without risk or damage to your property, if they cause water ingress by using a pressure washer on f.s.g then that's damage, 

I have watched this been done on new builds on sparkle cleans just the other week the guy pressured washed all the f.s.g and windows, water was going all over the place. 

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I softwash them. spray fascias with chems and then after a while of letting the chems work use my 12v rinse pump and lance with spray nozzle (old wfp) to wash them down.

Not high pressure though so no problems. 

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2 hours ago, Dave B said:

I softwash them. spray fascias with chems and then after a while of letting the chems work use my 12v rinse pump and lance with spray nozzle (old wfp) to wash them down.

Not high pressure though so no problems. 

What Chems do you use for that ? 

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9 minutes ago, Dave B said:

Sodium laureth sulphate as a surfactant and 1% hypo mix.

1% is very mild on plants and I soak them anyway.

If only slightly dirty screwfix degreaser and a quick scrub then rinse.

I have used hypo as well - just can’t see how that removes all the traffic film and grease as well as virosol or TFR + elbow grease. I’m asking purely from a self preservation perspective trying to save my arms haha 😂 

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14 minutes ago, DeLaCruz said:

I have used hypo as well - just can’t see how that removes all the traffic film and grease as well as virosol or TFR + elbow grease. I’m asking purely from a self preservation perspective trying to save my arms haha 😂 

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As easy as that for me unless really bad tiger stripes.

 

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