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    Needs to be stripped and redone. Percarb will not...

    Needs to be stripped and redone. Percarb will not remove log finishes which are usually hard acrylics.
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    RAD is a product I developed and sold the company...

    RAD is a product I developed and sold the company to The Sealer Store. HD80 is a powerful stripper. When needed to remove a solid stain or semi-trans acrylic, you can apply the HD-80 straight with a...
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    This time of year, err on the side of caution and...

    This time of year, err on the side of caution and do like William says.. I think the heavier side of the mixes you propose are where you will end up, but learning by experimentation is how you have...
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    Hey Seth.. Yeah a few of us die hards are still...

    Hey Seth.. Yeah a few of us die hards are still here.

    Great year so far.. lat start but numbers are good.
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    New construction , light mold, or mostly just...

    New construction , light mold, or mostly just grayed wood.
  6. Are you gonna hit that up there? (eaves) Do you...

    Are you gonna hit that up there? (eaves) Do you need to borrow my ladder?
    Anything involving a Freebie unless I offer to throw it in at the time of the sale as a value add.
  7. I'm with JC/Cajun. An 8 gpm machine can be at...

    I'm with JC/Cajun. An 8 gpm machine can be at your doorstep in less than 2 weeks. Get the work then when you need more efficiency, buy the equipment. If you land work that books you up for ten weeks,...
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    Its most likely under the finish.

    Its most likely under the finish.
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    Yes, strip it.

    Yes, strip it.
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    The big difference, Noah is vertical vs...

    The big difference, Noah is vertical vs horizontal. No foot traffic, accumulated rain, snow and sun rays aren't beating directly down. Decks last two years, If it helps, I pass a cedar house we...
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    Oils are very easy to maintain. Since its mostly...

    Oils are very easy to maintain. Since its mostly vertical, you will get 4-5 years before you get any significant fading. Maintenance is easy. Light bleach wash and and recoat. There is no build up...
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    Probably just tannins in the wood. I love it. I...

    Probably just tannins in the wood. I love it. I think it will stain beautifully with an oil. Armstrong Clark for a clearer look (transoxide pigment) or Bakers for a slightly more opaque look (clay...
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    There's a few out there. Call David at...

    There's a few out there. Call David at https://www.southernstainandseal.com/
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    I can't see anything on the link but my concern...

    I can't see anything on the link but my concern would be, downstreamers go before any other part of the machine. If you are out in the field and it decides to malfunction, you're f'd.
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    Absolutely, Dave.

    Absolutely, Dave.
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    You should remove the first downstreamer.

    You should remove the first downstreamer.
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    Trent that's what we a;; use but is not the...

    Trent that's what we a;; use but is not the picture you posted. Household bleach is 5%
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    Store bleach is 5%. Sodium hypochlorite...

    Store bleach is 5%. Sodium hypochlorite stabilizes around 5%. Unopened that would last years. 12% however degrades rapidly when exposed to air or sunlight (maybe 2 weeks its 10%, 1 month 8%, etc...
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    I have a ten gpm Udor.. 20 hrs on a complete...

    I have a ten gpm Udor.. 20 hrs on a complete professional rebuild. You would need a gear reducer (I think they are called?) The motor siezed. I can sell you both the pump and gear thing. Rated 1500...
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    Hello, Trent, welcome. Some of us are hard on new...

    Hello, Trent, welcome. Some of us are hard on new guy/gals that ask questions a simple search would yield the answer to and have been asked many times. Other than that, we are an amiable bunch....
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    1. The X-Jet is fine to have in your arsenal. Can...

    1. The X-Jet is fine to have in your arsenal. Can especially come in handy when washing stucco (true stucco, not Dryvit) and you need a stronger mix. DS'ing is the way to go.
    2. You have to brush...
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    Instead of passing, Jake give the bid and set...

    Instead of passing, Jake give the bid and set expectations. The house will look better, brighter etc. Just let them know that dryvit and stucco absorb the metals runoff and tend to oxidize causing...
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    Brush on strong bleach.. they may lighten but...

    Brush on strong bleach.. they may lighten but most likely will not disappear.
  24. Jason, I actually found a better way. Mix the...

    Jason, I actually found a better way. Mix the HD-80 at 10 oz per gallon and apply direct. theprosealerstore.com sells a downstreamable stripper that you then apply over top a couple times to keep it...
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    Best of luck to you, my friend. Thanks for the...

    Best of luck to you, my friend. Thanks for the convos over the years.. a genuinely good guy.
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