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post #1 of Old 08-16-2010, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone every cleaned a garbage shut. How do you can one and what to charge in cleaning it. what chemicals do you use to clean the shut
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What is a garbage shut?
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post #4 of Old 08-17-2010, 09:11 PM Thread Starter
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Do you mean a garbage chute?
yes you got me i spelled it wrong yes it garbage chute
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Is the chute type "A" or type "B"?

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what is the garbage shut?
finds better ideas on http://www.saygeneral.com
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Is the chute type "A" or type "B"?
What is the different did not now there is a type and b type can you explain
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Examine the trash chute and make sure there are no obstructions. You should go floor by floor to determine that there are no blockages; several apartment and co-op managers who spoke with Cooperator.com have had experience with residents sending bulky items like furniture down trash chutes.

If the way is clear, a chemical wash is sprayed on the sides of the chute to loosen the collected gunk. Most professionals use a biodegradable enzyme spray to begin the cleaning process. This enzyme not only will loosen stuck-on garbage, it will break it down into smaller components for easier removal.

Professional cleaners say you should begin at the top floor and work your way down.
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what are same name of chemicals to use
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post #10 of Old 10-28-2010, 09:03 AM
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I've never cleaned one of these. Wish you good luck buddy. Waiting for you to share your experience.
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Examine the trash chute and make sure there are no obstructions. You should go floor by floor to determine that there are no blockages; several apartment and co-op managers who spoke with Cooperator.com have had experience with residents sending bulky items like furniture down trash chutes.

If the way is clear, a chemical wash is sprayed on the sides of the chute to loosen the collected gunk. Most professionals use a biodegradable enzyme spray to begin the cleaning process. This enzyme not only will loosen stuck-on garbage, it will break it down into smaller components for easier removal.

Professional cleaners say you should begin at the top floor and work your way down.
That sounds great but make sure it's a type "A" Watertight not type "B" being non-watertight.

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