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Why or why not to use an x-jet on a roof? (Clay tile)

Nicholas Manzi

New member
Considering the cost of booster pumps, proportioner soft wash systems, etc. Which by all means being absolutely fantastic tools, what about Using the x-jet to apply 1.6 parts water 1 parts SH 12.5% , and a quality surfactant instead?

I know people swear you cant x-jet on roofs, but if it's tile and not asphalt shingle. I really don't see what the issue with that is. I have a two story tile roof that spraying from the ladder is impossible to do on two sides of it and I won't walk the, or any tile roof. So I'd like to spray it up onto the roof with an extension pole from the ground on those sides. Even if it's not the "best way" would it work perfectly fine?

What's your opinion on the subject of x-jets on tile roofs zero degree from the ground?

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