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ReNew Roof & Exterior cleaning

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    Charlestown, NH

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  1. I used Slo Mo for the 1st time today and this stuff is Awesome, I love it! I used 4oz in 60 gallons. I pre mixed in a half gallon of cold water. I will definitely never go back to Gain.
  2. I read some reviews on them and there were quite a few negative ones. They say they are expensive and didnt get results. Being based in Florida, I would have thought there would have been more roof/exterior cleaners that had interactions with them.
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  4. I bypass the pump. I placed a T on both sides of the pump and connected a hose on each side. Of course you have your inlet and outlet hose. Inlet must be noncollapsable. Here is a pic of mine. Crude setup but it works.
  5. You can use Flexzilla hose with a water booster if you add a bypass to your water booster. So when you arent spraying, the water just runs in circles. The bypass eliminates too much pressure build up when the pump is running. Ive used a bypass for 3 years on the same Flexzilla hose.
  6. Typically no surfactant on slate roofs. I use a 40% mix on steep slate roofs. They come out great like this church roof I cleaned last fall. Clients were wowed!!
  7. Lichen is rampant up here in Charlestown New Hampshire. Small immature lichen growths can be removed easily with little to no damabe to asphalt shingles with a high volume rinse.
  8. I tried the expanding hose route and they all failed quickly. One thing about the flex hoses is the connector ends (swivels) have a very small throat, like 3/8". Not very good flow.
  9. Ive been using Flexzilla for 3 years, same hose. Works awesome. Its lightweight and tough. Love it.
  10. Im wondering if anyone uses plastic (pvdf) nozzles on their roof cleaning set up? Im getting tired of my typical jrod setup (stainless) rusting. I am looking into the the plastic nozzles, they are cheap and made out of Kynar. I do have a Master nozzle but I use that for rinsing. Any input would be appreciated
  11. I had to use a lift on this roof. Being 130+ years old and the interior was refurbished about 10 years ago, I didnt want to risk spraying and rinsing up the roof, never want to do that anyways. Plus it made it so much easier and faster. Cleaned whole roof including steeple, garage and north side of the rectory in less than 3 days. The hardest part was putting down 2x10s for the lift wheels so we didnt ruin the grass. The lift oes pretty good around tight corners but there does nee to be some space for the lift to swing around the corner.
  12. The lift was a rental. I wished I owned one. I was thinking of a bucket truck at some point.
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