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WFP Window Cleaning

Doug Rucker

UAMCC Board of Directors
Doug, sounds tricky, most rust removers will damage glass. What product did you use on there?
I used One Restore...the owner was aware that damage may occur, he was going to replace it either way. I've used F9 on glass many times an never had damage, but You must keep it wet, and use lighter dilutions and repeated apps.
 

Kev McConnell

New member
Doug--
Happy to see OneRestore used on this job...
I am trying to learn more about this market (Window Cleaning). Could we talk at some point more about what you use for maintaining the clean after the restoring?
I would like to learn as much as possible...
thanks
kev
 

Tony Evans

Board of Director
Doug, sounds tricky, most rust removers will damage glass. What product did you use on there?
John on these type of jobs the windows are ruined. At that point they are either going to live with it or replace it. By using chems like One Restore or BARC you are giving them another option. A waiver explaining that goes a long way to presenting your company as a problem solving option they didn't have.


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Doug Rucker

UAMCC Board of Directors
Doug--
Happy to see OneRestore used on this job...
I am trying to learn more about this market (Window Cleaning). Could we talk at some point more about what you use for maintaining the clean after the restoring?
I would like to learn as much as possible...
thanks
kev
Sure thing ken
 
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