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    Did some work for one of the railroads....washed their switchbacks. Did 10 of them at roughly $1,200 a pop. All the work was done in the yard except two that were done outside the yard but on an unused track. Basically just hit them with 120 degrees and a pretty hot alkaline mix (modified deck stripper + a few additives), did some scrubbing....results were great, money was good!
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    Thomas McMillan
    Aqua Pro Cleaning Solutions
    (630) 723-9296

    “Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.” -Henry Ford

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    Chris Dubbs
    The Wash Wizards
    Fishers In.

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    Very nice!

    Rance Tilley
    Paducah, KY.

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    They look brand new! Nice, very nice job.
    Randy Wahl
    Advantis Pressure Washing

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