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One of today’s plastic cleans


Pjj

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We cleaned the gfs and windows on this bungalow today not been cleaned in years ,it was badly stained by old age ( gone grey) and lots of algi , decided to clean it with a hypo mix , came up almost like new obviously some staining that you cannot remove hear and there but customer was delighted , it’s now booked in for an annual clean , I did try and sell them a softwash on the whole place but weren’t to keen , hopefully next year they will have it done . 

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Been doing row of houses over last few weeks and most want gfs done, haven't been done in 30 years these, absolute state of them. Working over conservatories and extentions too ffs. 

I've never seen such bad stains, so neglected even the ones I could manage to get up to and do it by hand I couldn't remove some of the crusty grey and black stains. I have never tried a hypo mix on gfs but I reckon I'll have to give it a go for the more stubborn stains. 

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I like this result a lot - one thing I have to ask is when you do these soffits how do you avoid the inevitable splash down getting in ya face ? I don’t mind a few gallons of degreaser on the head but hypo ain’t too nice as we all know. Great result looks mint 

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11 hours ago, DeLaCruz said:

I like this result a lot - one thing I have to ask is when you do these soffits how do you avoid the inevitable splash down getting in ya face ? I don’t mind a few gallons of degreaser on the head but hypo ain’t too nice as we all know. Great result looks mint 

Stand back when spraying and don’t stand under the gfs when scrubbing or rinsing you will always get the odd drip on you but nothing to bad we ware a face mask when spraying if it’s going to go on us 

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2 hours ago, Pjj said:

Stand back when spraying and don’t stand under the gfs when scrubbing or rinsing you will always get the odd drip on you but nothing to bad we ware a face mask when spraying if it’s going to go on us 

I'm used to hypo in my eyes now lol.

Feels like I've spent a day swimming ?

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Nice finish, what mix rate of hypho or just standard 14% and do you use a wfp to sray, looking to gutter cleaning to our patio and drive cleaning service  (just bough the skyvac atom)

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1 hour ago, Ges Clean Ltd said:

Nice finish, what mix rate of hypho or just standard 14% and do you use a wfp to sray, looking to gutter cleaning to our patio and drive cleaning service  (just bough the skyvac atom)

You can spray 14% on if you want but you'll turn it all bright orange for weeks.

I use a 1-1.5% mix and no stronger.

That would be 2.5l of 15% hypo and topped up with water to fill a 25l drum.

That will kill everything and not stain the upvc.

 

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3 hours ago, Ges Clean Ltd said:

Nice finish, what mix rate of hypho or just standard 14% and do you use a wfp to sray, looking to gutter cleaning to our patio and drive cleaning service  (just bough the skyvac atom)

No you don’t  want to use neat hypo on plastics it will turn it brown, we put 3 ltr of hypo into a 20 or 25 ltr of water then spray it on the gutters from a backpack or trolly 

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