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post #21 of Old 04-25-2017, 02:53 AM
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Excess using any chemicals can injurious for health, therefore you need to be careful and use precautions while cleaning. Of course bleach can kill germs like viruses, bacteria and fungi, but it can damage your health also, therefore, I always suggest one should go for green cleaning products as these products can keep the environment clean. For me is very important to use only eco-friendly cleaning methods.

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Does peroxide do the same job?
They have similar uses but have gained popularity for roof cleaning. Less likely to cause a break down in the tar from the granules.

Does it damage plants/lawns?
Yes, it can, always water plants and lawns down.

Is it as cost effective?
I have found a multitude of products with different prices. It is more costly than SH. Although someone may have a better hook up than I do.

The most popular and most expensive would be Oxi-clean

from my understanding, all it is is oxygenated bleach. Some one please correct me if im wrong!

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Bleach can easily be considered “natural”. It breaks down into salt, water and oxygen.

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Bleach can easily be considered “natural”. It breaks down into salt, water and oxygen.
Indeed it does.

Not to mention, it's what is recommended by the manufacturer's for asphalt shingles. And the results are very good.
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I am just itching to start back up again. It’s been cold up here and about 3 months since we’ve been able to wash anything.... Nice before/after pic.

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I am just itching to start back up again. It’s been cold up here and about 3 months since we’ve been able to wash anything.... Nice before/after pic.
Thanks! We typically take the winters off, which I really enjoy. Because soon enough, it's going to be 100+ mph and looong days until Thanksgiving when we get another break! :-)

Until then, sharpen the "marketing saw", right?!
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I know exactly what you mean. I love it though! 100 mph all spring, summer and fall. It’s my high. Plus we make a lot of doe

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Bleach is not appropriate, i think.
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