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07-26-2010 08:25 AM
Apple Roof Cleaning
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New to the board and roof washing. anybody ever use the x-jet for roof washing? a lady at exterior is trying to sell me on it. i see the pumps seem to be the preference here. also, the place i worked at previously just used hot pink deck wash(sodium hydroxide, i think) through a down drafter for asphalt roofs. I never did one myself but a guy that works there tells me we should do it that way. I really want to do it the right way. My first roofs would be already established customers and I don't want to disappoint. Any help would be much appreciated.

Gabriel
X Jet sucks for cleaning roofs, a chemical pump is much better!
08-16-2007 04:15 PM
Barry M
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Originally Posted by A Cleaner View View Post
New to the board and roof washing. anybody ever use the x-jet for roof washing? a lady at exterior is trying to sell me on it. i see the pumps seem to be the preference here. also, the place i worked at previously just used hot pink deck wash(sodium hydroxide, i think) through a down drafter for asphalt roofs. I never did one myself but a guy that works there tells me we should do it that way. I really want to do it the right way. My first roofs would be already established customers and I don't want to disappoint. Any help would be much appreciated.

Gabriel
Gabriel

I don't have much time right now to elaborate, I have to run. But real quick.....you don't want an xjet to do roofs. It won't allow you to apply the chems strong enough. Xjet is a great tool to have but not for roofs.
08-14-2007 07:38 PM
Nathan No experience but I wanted to welcome you to the site. Glad you joined!
08-14-2007 01:55 PM
A Cleaner View
x-jet

New to the board and roof washing. anybody ever use the x-jet for roof washing? a lady at exterior is trying to sell me on it. i see the pumps seem to be the preference here. also, the place i worked at previously just used hot pink deck wash(sodium hydroxide, i think) through a down drafter for asphalt roofs. I never did one myself but a guy that works there tells me we should do it that way. I really want to do it the right way. My first roofs would be already established customers and I don't want to disappoint. Any help would be much appreciated.

Gabriel

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