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harunh

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It’s difficult  to tell from the picture but it looks like carbonatious dirt not algi ?.. if it is then hypo and bio won’t do anything for  that . 

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2 minutes ago, Pjj said:

It’s difficult  to tell from the picture but it looks like carbonatious dirt not algi ?.. if it is then hypo and bio won’t do anything for  that . 

What would your price be mate

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3 hours ago, harunh said:

What would your price be mate

All depends what the contaminant is and what I would be using to kill/remove it and how long it would take. 

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On 07/03/2021 at 12:27, Pjj said:

It’s difficult  to tell from the picture but it looks like carbonatious dirt not algi ?.. if it is then hypo and bio won’t do anything for  that . 

Do you do carbon removal at all? I know what chemical is needed but it’s not something I’d want to get involved with 

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10 minutes ago, Doddy111 said:

Do you do carbon removal at all? I know what chemical is needed but it’s not something I’d want to get involved with 

HF  acid  isn’t something I would use , seen some horrific injuries from miss use it’s specialist work not something to be taken lightly, we wouldn’t be qualified to use it , the only carbonatious stuff we would remove would be done using a doff  if that won’t remove it then it’s not a job we would take on , we don’t get much call for removing that type of thing down hear , mainly algi .mould and licken removal 

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10 minutes ago, Pjj said:

HF  acid  isn’t something I would use , seen some horrific injuries from miss use it’s specialist work not something to be taken lightly, we wouldn’t be qualified to use it , the only carbonatious stuff we would remove would be done using a doff  if that won’t remove it then it’s not a job we would take on , we don’t get much call for removing that type of thing down hear , mainly algi .mould and licken removal 

Completely with you on that mate it’s nasty stuff, I wouldn’t go anywhere near it either 

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Just now, Doddy111 said:

Completely with you on that mate it’s nasty stuff, I wouldn’t go anywhere near it either 

I am not a chemist and don’t  have any training using any acids and dont have any desire to start using them , Ime happy using hypo based products but still treat them with respect and caution as Evan that can cause damage and injuries . Anything that cannot be removed using , Virosol , hypo, or bio , pressure washer or doff can stay there as far as Ime concerned 😂😂😂

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