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    http://www.tokbox.com/vm/je4obt0f5foa

    Lets Do it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Very cool, Ron.

    I'll start things off. For a company looking to get into flatwork cleaning, what would be a minimum equipment purchase you would recommend? In addition to the minimum, what would be a "dream rig" setup?
    Ken Fenner
    PressurePros, Inc
    House Washing
    Pressure Washing Companies




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    Quote Originally Posted by PressurePros View Post
    Very cool, Ron.

    I'll start things off. For a company looking to get into flatwork cleaning, what would be a minimum equipment purchase you would recommend? In addition to the minimum, what would be a "dream rig" setup?


    Here Ya GO !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Musgraves View Post

    Here Ya GO !!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Its not working Ron.
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    It works fine for me Carlos.

    And thanks Ron.
    Ken Fenner
    PressurePros, Inc
    House Washing
    Pressure Washing Companies




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    Quote Originally Posted by PressurePros View Post
    It works fine for me Carlos.

    And thanks Ron.

    No problem...

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    pool skirt - I know the crete might have a bit more cream and can be more sensitive, but is there a way to service them without fading the the finish. The last I did I used my house wash and figured the two jets on the "Big Guy" would have been safe but it still greyed it out. What would be the ideal pressure/tips for a surface cleaner for a sensitive surface like this?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Musgraves View Post

    Here Ya GO !!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Ron,

    This is great. Thanks for taking time out to help others.

    Here are my questions:

    Obviously you have a lot of experience doing flatwork. Over the years, what chemical(s) have you found that have worked the best, specifically for gum (in addition to hot water). And what is your favorite degreaser?

    Thanks!

    ~Jen
    Eric and Jenny Flinn
    TX Gulf Coast Power Washing, LLC
    Galveston County, TX
    832-289-WASH
    Hood Cleaning Houston

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gulf Coast Power Washing View Post
    Ron,

    This is great. Thanks for taking time out to help others.

    Here are my questions:

    Obviously you have a lot of experience doing flatwork. Over the years, what chemical(s) have you found that have worked the best, specifically for gum (in addition to hot water). And what is your favorite degreaser?

    Thanks!

    ~Jen



    Here ya Go !!!!!!!

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