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    I'm having trouble removing this white deposit from this surface. Does anyone have any tips besides sand blasting to remove it?

    I've already used F9, One Restore, NMD 80 and Calcite PreSoak
    Eric Holmes
    Clean Solutions Roof Cleaning & Pressure Washing
    706-977-5512
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  • #2

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    Got a pic of it you can post?

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    Just did Doug
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    Eric Holmes
    Clean Solutions Roof Cleaning & Pressure Washing
    706-977-5512
    http://www.TheCleanSolutions.com




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    What was your application method w F9 Efflo? I’ve rarely had a problem removing it with Efflo.


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    Doug Rucker-Owner/Operator
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    We own and operate a School for Pressure Washing, Roof Cleaning, and Soft Washing http://www.pressurecleaningschool.com
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    That was my first go to product. Some contractors have mentioned media blasting. If that is my last resort I'll just have to eat the bullet on this one
    Eric Holmes
    Clean Solutions Roof Cleaning & Pressure Washing
    706-977-5512
    http://www.TheCleanSolutions.com




  • #6

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    You can use a sand blast attachment with your PW and Maxx Strip. I would pre treat with F9 Efflo first and let it dwell for about 10-15 min then clean it with the Maxx Strip through the Sand blast attachment. I have done this when I can not get the efflo/calcite to come off and it works well.
    Rick Atkins
    Atkins Deck Treatment Service
    717-656-8928





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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Holmes View Post
    That was my first go to product. Some contractors have mentioned media blasting. If that is my last resort I'll just have to eat the bullet on this one
    So what was your method using F9 Efflo? How’d you dilute it, apply it, dwell time etc etc


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