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post #1 of Old 08-03-2006, 08:03 PM Thread Starter
 
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What's your Housewash?

I don't think this has been covered here. What are you using now and what were you using? How is it better?

I use Emulsifier Plus. Simple Cherry in some situations. Mix with Sodium Hypochlorite when there is mildew. I downstream the majority of time. I used to use Mighty Max(Butyl, Metasilicate). I tried citracleen but was'nt impressed. I have'nt used anything that lifts pollutants like E-plus, especially spider eggs.
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Was this subject/question that lame? Come on, lets hear it.
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Yeah Dan, It was a pretty lame question.

Just kidding!

As you know, I use citraclean or the home brew, depending on the degree of algae growth.

How's life in Tavares?

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simple cherry and 10% downstreamed
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Yeah Dan, It was a pretty lame question.

Just kidding!

As you know, I use citraclean or the home brew, depending on the degree of algae growth.

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Yo Don, Work has been trickling in, good jobs when they come though . Both the kids moved out . I'll give ya a call soon.
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Locally made brew which matches many of the ingredients in Citracleen (plus some)

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Locally made brew which matches many of the ingredients in Citracleen (plus some)
Hey Ken, I was curious, about how much does your housewash cost you per gallon (without chlorine)? Do you get it from your chem guy in powder or liquid? Thanks.
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I use about $1.50 worth of housewash concentrate (powder mixed 10 oz per gallon) for the average 3 bedroom two story colonial. The NaHCl is what costs me the most up here (about $12 per house)

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Thats pretty economical, especially being as effective as you have mentioned previously.
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It's pretty potent. In its pure concentrated form it will degrease engine parts.

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