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Old 03-20-2013, 10:32 PM   #1
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I am quoting a 30,000 sq ft building ceiling and walls. Ceiling is very dirty and came across this product. Anyone have a bad or good experience using it. Thanks in advance!

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All there stuff is really good. Concentrates I believe. I don't think the pre-paint cleaner is the ideal product for your application though. That is usually for non-dirty applications. I would check out the extra muscle. Call the hotline, they can help.

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I use Krud cutter with the red label. Its wonderful but use gloves as it makes the skin on your hands dry and itchy.
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