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No New Posts   Element cleans up the Krusteaz plant. Pancakes anyone?

July 22, 2015

We had the pleasure of working with some of the nicest facilities managers I have ever met over at the Continental Mills plant in Seattle Wa. This factory creates the Krusteaz brand of mixes and the entire roof smelled like cloves and buttermilk pancakes,.. atleast until we started spraying. 

We were under a deadline on this job because they had a Vactruck removing our rinse water and I promised it would be done in 8-10 hours. 

Arrived at the site at 3:30 am and had our safety meeting around 4:15. After setting up our cones and safety gear, we started working on the roof in sections. 

By the time we got to final rinse it was nearing 93 degrees, but we persevered and the whole area was hand squeeged and rinsed to remove all contaminants and boot prints.  (93 is really hot for us Seattle folks..) 

Got the job done on time and to spec,.. the pancakes must go on! smile

Heres a few photos. 

No New Posts   Biodegradable Softwash cleans a pond???!

May 5, 2015

Recently Element Softwash was asked if we could effectively clean and remove "string" algae from an artificial pond with out harming the plants or aquatics. 

While I was somewhat hesitant we tackled the job and the customer was ecstatic! 

The pond was drained and agitated to remove the loose dirt and debris. A mild soft wash solution was carefully applied to the rocks and logs. This was rinsed and a second application was done and re rinsed. After the process the pond was drained almost completely and allowed to circulate overnight. 

The next day we refilled it, skimmed the surface and it was algae free and crystal clear!  Even the FROGs were croaking away that evening like nothing happened. This customer had tried pressure washing, wire brushing, and had no success. Now the stone and rocks look great. 

Heres some photos. 

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