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Just been asked today to pressure wash a house the house has been painted so I'm worried will the paint not come off from pressure washing it and is there any other precautions I need to look at

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dont be afraid to use it , if you get some on the glass just it a thorough rinse , ive never had a problem with it yet , it melts the dirt off straight away especially green algae , its brilliant on concrete drives and paths etc

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So do use an xjet type system to spray chloras onto the walls?


not an xjet ,im using a foam bottle that attaches on to the washer lance , half chloras half water and a drop of washing up liquid to help it stick to the walls
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So do you have any idea of the strengh of the mix when it goes out of the end of the lance?


Reason for asking as it must get watered down quit a bit when it mixes with the pressue washer water coming out of the lance

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