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Hi we did a drive yesterday using a 4!to 1 hypho mix and then a power wash on low pressure with whirlaway and wash down , it looked good but customer says it now looks steamy and patchy ?

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5 minutes ago, Ges Clean Ltd said:

Hi we did a drive yesterday using a 4!to 1 hypho mix and then a power wash on low pressure with whirlaway and wash down , it looked good but customer says it now looks steamy and patchy ?

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meant to say streaky, which i presume is from the whirl away creating the lines......not sure how to go about redoing it

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Thanks PJJ, will go back and do another pass, did wash down wash just with the wand (turbo nozzle)on low pressure, probably better off just with a hose with more water flow ?

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1 hour ago, Ges Clean Ltd said:

Hi we did a drive yesterday using a 4!to 1 hypho mix and then a power wash on low pressure with whirlaway and wash down , it looked good but customer says it now looks steamy and patchy ?

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Looks like it just needs a good rinse down 👍

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2 hours ago, tench0771 said:

Go over it with fsc but circle it dont go in strate motion as you get tram lines 

Thanks, redoing it this week

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