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    Default Surface cleaning revisited

    Here's a few pics that I did at a church some time ago and now I do them 2Xs a year so they never get as bad.






    I've posted these a few times before because they're the most dramatic ones I have but I just wanted to reiterate what a surface cleaner w/hot water will do, or a skid with w/hot will do.

    PS. that 1st pic was w/o chemicals and was only one pass, a slow one but much faster and cleaner than a wand.
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    How much for that surface cleaner in the pic?

    What type(specs) pw'er do you need in order for it to be effective?

    What are the minimums, like will a 2000 psi work?

    Does it have to be hot?
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    i've looked at those before....how do u get the hot water?
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    you will need a burner to achieve extremely hot water. This can be done with an all in one unit or a hot box add-on that and both can be turned on and off when hot water is needed. That surface cleaner sells for anywhere around 750-1050 depending on who you get it from

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    Great concrete cleaning before and afters Scott.

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    Default Surface cleaning revisited

    What GPM and PSI are most of you getting out of your machines.

    Does anyone run two surface cleaners off a machine?

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    Hello friends i am new here hope you all experts guild well. Your work is really clean. But cleaning needs to be done regularly to maintain your environment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    Here's a few pics that I did at a church some time ago and now I do them 2Xs a year so they never get as bad.






    I've posted these a few times before because they're the most dramatic ones I have but I just wanted to reiterate what a surface cleaner w/hot water will do, or a skid with w/hot will do.

    PS. that 1st pic was w/o chemicals and was only one pass, a slow one but much faster and cleaner than a wand.

    Those are some really nice concrete Cleaning Photos
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    Thanks Ron
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    Thanks Ron
    You coming to Florida Event www.nationalcleaningexpo.net ???
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