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Not trying to beat a dead horse but......

 

Sodium Hypochlorite and Fertilizer components REACT VIOLENTLY!!!!!    Water, water and more water!  The solution is dilution. 

 

 

 

Enough said.  I don't need ANOTHER threat from him either.

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I have been around numerous amounts of pressure cleaners in my career and all of them had said the same... water water and some more water and you will be fine for protection reasons...

Alot of these websites selling products are simply private labeling another formula and calling it their own brand... That is fine and fair to do so, but, many formulas are really the same ...

The bottom line is what works best and most of the time it is simple common solutions and this is the reason why I have now joined so I can learn from the " True Pro's " that have been doing this as a career... !!!

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I have been around numerous amounts of pressure cleaners in my career and all of them had said the same... water water and some more water and you will be fine for protection reasons...

Alot of these websites selling products are simply private labeling another formula and calling it their own brand... That is fine and fair to do so, but, many formulas are really the same ...

The bottom line is what works best and most of the time it is simple common solutions and this is the reason why I have now joined so I can learn from the " True Pro's " that have been doing this as a career... !!!

A wise decision, because you will notice we don't sell equipment or chemicals here, on this forum. Thus, our advice is not tainted by the things we sell. 

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I agree. Just keep things simple and water, water and water. 

When cleaning a roof, always water all plants before, during, and after the roof cleaning. We always try to have the customers water their plants the day before we come out to clean, to be sure the plants are not thirsty. 

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