|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-09-2018 01:44 PM|
|Ultimate Roof Cleaning||You can use a chemical rated mask when cleaning with bleach or SH. We pick ours up at Lowe’s.|
|02-08-2018 05:27 PM|
Originally Posted by RalphQ View Post
|02-08-2018 02:00 PM|
|Ultimate Roof Cleaning||Gain dish soap is pretty eco friendly. Haven’t had any issues yet. Used it thousands of times.|
|05-03-2017 05:15 PM|
|bunk97||Yes i would have to agree. We recommend not using detergents. We also use very safe deck stain for our customers. There are so many harmful chemicals in detergent and deck stain.|
|01-30-2017 10:24 PM|
|ecocarpet||Always go for no detergent wash to make the atmosphere more friendly. Eco carpet pro always uses eco-friendly services.|
|12-06-2016 04:58 PM|
|RalphQ||Down here in Florida, I have little old ladies asking me if I am using bleach! They want me to. If you don't use beach and a surfactant, you are basically spreading around mold and algae. It starts to grow back the second you are done. I'd probably quit the business if I wan't allowed to use soap.|
|06-23-2016 11:17 AM|
Typically you want to use a product with a detergent only on hard surfaces. Detergent in porous surfaces can build up and attract dirt if it's not lifted. In this situation you're washing a hard surface so you're fine. Are you using regular pressurized water? If so you might try a deionizing system so you're using pure water, I've found that this is very effective on windows and is eco friendly!
To directly answer your question about how to eco friendly wash siding I actually came across this article recently that you might find insightful (of course I can't post a link to anything because I need to have 20 posts to do so...). I don't have any experience in power washing siding, just in commercial window care.
The article suggested looking into simple green 18202, maybe someone else has used this before?
|06-22-2016 03:45 PM|
Detergent or No Detergent
We have many customers here in the Northwest that are very ecologically sensitive. As a result, most of our pressure washing of siding is done with water only. Has anybody found a cleaning solution that is totally eco friendly, actually does better than water alone, and has been able to convince consumers that it is good to use?
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