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Anyone soft washing come up with a good way to remove efflorescence?  Got a really bad 20,000 sq ft building to clean and there is a lot of mold and mildew.  It's never been cleaned and is approximately 20 years old.  Soft washing would be quick and easy and most importantly fit there ridiculous low budget, but there is a lot of Efflorescence that will be left behind.  I have successfully removed efflorescence by power washing and using a acidic cleaners and brushing off with steel wire brush but they will not pay for this service and would need a 30 foot lift. $$$  Just thought I would ask if anyone has ever found a way to remove it chemically that isn't to expensive?

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