• As of January 1, 2018 The brand new logo that was created and released in 2017 will be the only official logo in affect and allowed to be used on any electronic media however, any such media like truck wraps, stationary, and postcards will be grandfathered in. Contributing Members will be allowed to use the UAMCC logo in any advertising. Permission to use the logo otherwise must be in writing. Logos used in electronic formats (ie: Websites, forums, etc.) must be linked back to the member’s profile in the UAMCC directory. Contributing Members are members that are paid and current with their dues. Please contact info@uamcc.org with any questions.

Gutter brush

Jeff LeCours

New member
Whats everyone using for a gutter brush for black streaks, I just buy the soft brush from Lowes and put it on a pole

Does anyone just shoot the chem and rinse and what are you using
 

Ken Fenner

Fuckhead
Jeff, on real high gutter lines (35'+) we X-Jet on a butyl cleaner or Bob's F-13. I buy the same 10" truck brushes. Have you seen that contoured brush Sunbrite has?
 

Indy Power Wash

New member
F-13 seems to work well for us but it has what I call a dwell time window. Maybe 1 minute to 2 minutes, don't hold me to that time. Before or after it doesn't work well unless you reapply. We use truck stack brushes.
 

Chad Johnson

New member
Whats everyone using for a gutter brush for black streaks, I just buy the soft brush from Lowes and put it on a pole

Does anyone just shoot the chem and rinse and what are you using

Thats the brush that I use. I have a hard time keeping it attached to the pole though. It unscews itself sometimes.

I use a seperate solution in a bucket of water. I go around and apply with the brush, let dwell, re-apply if neccessary, then rinse with a water hose.

This is an additional step done after the original housewash/roof clean etc. that is upcharged.

Ive tried Jims method but it doesnt work for me. This method has worked the best so far.
 

Chris Tharpe

New member
Thats the brush that I use. I have a hard time keeping it attached to the pole though. It unscews itself sometimes.

I use a seperate solution in a bucket of water. I go around and apply with the brush, let dwell, re-apply if neccessary, then rinse with a water hose.

This is an additional step done after the original housewash/roof clean etc. that is upcharged.

Ive tried Jims method but it doesnt work for me. This method has worked the best so far.
Fold up a piece of cardboard and insert it into the hole on the brush then thread the pole onto it and tighten till you cant anymore and it should fix the problem
 
J

John James

Guest
I use a truck brush or a white scrub pad wrapped around a sponge and stick it in a unger fixi clamp.
 

Greg Rentschler

New member
Wrap a strip or two of electrical tape around the pole threads before you screw it onto the brush. Ours hold fine that way. Same style brush from Menards.
 
Top