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Old 05-20-2018, 07:55 PM   #1
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The guy I am doing some interior work for asked me about washing his house. I was thinking of having my helper use this product http://www.moldarmor.com/home/produc...wash-hose-end/
He just wants a quick wash of mild dirt and crud. Do they work as advertised ?
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Old 05-20-2018, 08:42 PM   #2
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I donít know about that brand but Iíve used the Jomax version and yeah, it worked pretty well. Didnít seem to get the footage it said, but other than that I was happy with it.


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Thanks I didn't want lug the pressure washer over to the job LOL .
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Thanks I didn't want lug the pressure washer over to the job LOL .

Would probably be a wise choice to lug your pressure washer over there because you still have to rinse it off well.
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Would probably be a wise choice to lug your pressure washer over there because you still have to rinse it off well.
Not going to do the wash job. The HO thought what I was going to charge was a tad steep
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I used the Krud Kutter housewash when doing my place and I think it did a good job. But I did also use a scrub brush on an extension pole along with it.
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