Black Brick!

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This was a fun project we tackled this week. This home was never finished and basically abandoned in the woods for about 15 years. Owner is beginning renovations and asked Spray Wash to help.  We never used a pressure washer here, soft-wash only with the booster pump.

 

Rust stain were treated with F-9

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Wow, nice job and good pictures to prove it.

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How do you like the f9 ? And have you compared it to oxcillac acid?

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Awesome Job Ray ! 

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Great job!

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How do you like the f9 ? And have you compared it to oxcillac acid?

I like the F9, I always keep a case or two of it around. Pricey, but on the the jobs I use it on, cost isn't a factor.  IO've tried regular Ox, but F9 works better in my opinion.

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It looked like algae and rust mixed together on the brick, and you did a great job getting all of it off, w.o changing the color of the brick. This one idiot down here refused to pay for F9, and said he would make his own using muriatic acid :(  He hit some sprinkler rust with his home made rust remover, and changed the color of the areas he removed the rust from. He wound up having to do the entire house, and was lucky the homeowners accepted the new brick color. 

 

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This is an amazing transformation!

How long did it take you, start to finish?

 

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