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Straight lines on walls and roofs


Bozz

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Hi new here but been doing softwashing for years on roofs but I e just start using algo clear pro 

How do you lot get straight line when using  it 

 

cheers Kev 

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I think that's the reason you begin at the bottom and work against gravity.

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Either mask the area up to be 100% precise or apply through a brush and start at the top coming down the wall /roof that’s what we do . 

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7 hours ago, Bozz said:

Hi new here but been doing softwashing for years on roofs but I e just start using algo clear pro 

How do you lot get straight line when using  it 

 

cheers Kev 

If you want to be ultra precise on a joining neighbours roof I used to use a 3m length of roofing battern with a straight cut length of 500mu plastic membrane stapled to it and the weight of the battern would press the membrane down providing it wasn't a windy day and spray against 

Only did it once of a bungalow roof as the customer had OCD so I had to get creative and invent a masking system.

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