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fertilizer rust removal

Jeremy Pate

New member
so I got my 1st call today to check out some fertilizer rust on a driveway.
I'll upload a pic in a bit.
Anyways I was planning on using f9 barc...
2 things though...
1. What are the chances of messing up?
I have watched videos and continue to watch them, but seeing as this would be my 1st time with this type of product, I'm of course a little nervous.
I'd love to get into this kind of market since nobody around here does that, but I don't want to have to owe this guy a new driveway.

2. How would I go about pricing?
Its about 439 square feet of concrete thats been affected and it doesnt seem like I can do spot removal with this so I'm assuming I'll have to clean the entire thing.

pics will be attached in the next post.

Thanks guys.
 

Doug Rucker

UAMCC Board of Directors
Jeremy, that will clean up nice. Call Craig and he will walk you through it step by step. You are correct you can;t do spot removal, all of it needs to be cleaned. Craig can help you w the pricing too. If I can help you just call. I have done a few.
 
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