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Thread: Can i wash a roof without a "Roof Wash Rig"

  1. #11
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    Let's say I have everything accept a pump. What is the minimum gpm I should be looking for in a pump?

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    get a 5 gpm from bob for like 100 bucks and then get the pump in the box and it come all wired for you ready to go plug and play

    http://pressuretek.com/pumpinbox.html

    http://pressuretek.com/depo58se5gpm.html

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    Dave Mac nice neat trailer looks great.
    Hal Brown
    Sophia Nc 27350
    www.AbvPressureWashing.com

  4. #14
    Hal thanks you should check out them 12 volt hand held spray guns they are great

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    Ok folks, I ordered the 5800 roof pump kit and pump in a box from Pressure Tek. I'm excited to start selling roof washes with my house washes.

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    Thought I'd post this just for kicks. This small section of roof covering the porch was cleaned via down streaming with 10.5% and elemonator. It took about 5 applications while I was washing the front of the house and driveway. While I wouldn't attempt an entire roof this way, can't argue that these results are pretty good!
    Brian Custer
    JaxWash Pressure Washing
    Jacksonville, FL.
    904-451-6509
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  7. #17
    Looks good


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    George Pompano
    Pompano Services LLC
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  8. #18
    Looks good and yes multiple applications would have to be done to achieve these results. At the same time one pass with the low pressure pump and it's done as well. Everything we do is about production time. The faster we clean the more profit we make. We do anywhere between 3-7 jobs a day so speed is everything while also maintaining quality as well.
    Diamond Roof Cleaning and Powerwashing
    320 E Collings Dr
    Williamstown NJ 08094
    Owner-Michael DeRose Sr.
    www.diamondroofcleaning.com

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    What brand 12v sprayers does everyone use? I'm having a problem finding the pistol type. Who makes the best?
    Has anyone used the 12v backpacks? I'm worried they would spill or fail in some way and I'd get a chemical burn on an employee.
    Rodger Boggs
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    Denver CO 80216

  10. #20
    This is true, these 5 applications or so used up a butt load of mix I wouldn't normally have used for this house wash.
    Brian Custer
    JaxWash Pressure Washing
    Jacksonville, FL.
    904-451-6509
    www.jaxwash.com




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