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Interior building/ diesel exhaust

Chris Dubbs

Member
What's anyone use to get diesel exhaust off aluminum siding? F-13 and dragon juice both work with broom agitation, but wondered if there is something you can spray on and rinse off like a house wash without agitation.

Thanks in advance!


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Rick Abromson

New member
I'm interested in this also because I'll be cleaning a garage in January that specialized in large Caterpillar machinery.
 

Chris Dubbs

Member
I'm interested in this also because I'll be cleaning a garage in January that specialized in large Caterpillar machinery.
Find out how long it's been on the surface, and if it's on straight metal or insulation. If straight metal it's probably backed on from the sun. We ended up scrubbing every inch by hand and it kicked our ass. I will look at the chemical I got when I got a minute.



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Rick Abromson

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Chris,
That looks like a job very well done! I'll be cleaning the inside of this building. Most of the discoloration is from diesel exhaust, except for the last pic, where the black is from some kind of wood or coal burning furnace.


I'll have some heat, so maybe that will help. Any advice would be appreciated!
Thanks!
 

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Chris Dubbs

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Heat didn't help in our case, it was sun baked on for 13 years and was diesel exhaust. You will most likely need to scrub " brush on pole " . Call ecochem they have stuff for that. F-13 was cheaper and with the brush came clean.

https://vimeo.com/198226081


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