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post #1 of Old 07-07-2006, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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foamers ?????

how many hood cleaners are foaming
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Foaming??? What's foaming

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Ummm I think it's this with just a little more dwell time.
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Yeah forget the squirrels use a dog they foam up better

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like this one???
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Squirrelzilla. Well he is pumped up but needs to foam

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he eats the foam...forget fear the foam....fear the squirrel
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I'm a foamer but, I hear foam is dead and the Grease Bullet is in.
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shhhhhhhh.....we dont say that woed over here either
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No everything is out and it is back to the long pole scraper which never fails.

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Good Ole Long Pole Scraper !!!!! Whats A Long Pole Scraper ....just Kidding
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I like the powder, turn on the fan, fill an extinguiher w/powder and let fly! In & out in 10 minutes! For years, I had a competitor use powder. Claimed the stuff was a fire retardent and saponification agent.

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Are there many people still using the powder trick? I no NFPA says spank spank but you know those competitors

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there was a big thread on another board about blowing powder and it seemes like a dinasour
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Yeah because nobody would admit to it anyways.

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there was a big thread on another board about blowing powder and it seemes like a dinasour
There is a group of grocery stores who have they'r systems serviced this way......

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Have you tried GreenTerpene d-Limonene?

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