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Just wondering what your standard agent is for pw a full exterior home for repainting. I have a way but just comparing system. Thanks in advance
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Downstreaming out of a 5 gallon bucket, 2 gallons of 12.5% Bleach, 2 gallons H20, 4 oz Elemonator, 4 oz Cling-On, Roof Snot, or other bleach-stable surfactant. Ratios will vary depending upon condition of structure, weather, the freshness/strength of bleach, injector used, & amount of hose in the system, (usually 150'-200' on the 1st hose reel).
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Bleach straight from the can w/ a shot of Jomax poured into it, then run it through the soap injector in Pressure Washer. We have a lot of Mildew in this area, so I just treat for mildew as SOP before painting.

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