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    Default What would you use for dirty sill cleaning on the outsides?

    I plan on using this
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    Default Re: What would you use for dirty sill cleaning on the outsides?

    Did you test it out, and how did the test go?

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    Went well. I could use a bigger pump for my pure water system but even so it did a better job cleaning sills and patio door thresholds than using my water fed pole jets.
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    Default Re: What would you use for dirty sill cleaning on the outsides?

    What size pump are you using?

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    I'm using a Wayne transfer pump on my pure water system right now but will be upgrading to a better one this year. I could use my Tommy pump from Powerwashstore and get plenty of pressure out of my pure water barrel.
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    Default Re: What would you use for dirty sill cleaning on the outsides?

    How many gl a min.

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    Since it's a transfer pump it doesn't have a gpm rating on it. It will boost the line pressure up to an additional 50psi so on jobs where I'm only getting 30 psi from the tap I can boost it to 80 psi and have the pressure I need for good performance out of my ROs. It's not ideal and I'll be upgrading this year to a better booster pump box.
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