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Did this house with the help of Matt Spyker (Simply Soft) who was able to gain some hands-on training in preparation for launching his business.



-- Edited by Mark Fermoyle on Friday 12th of July 2013 08:21:52 PM

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R. Mark Fermoyle - Owner 

Let Us Spray Softwash

Richmond, VA

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Looking good, Mark

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Thanks Dan, hope you're well.

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House looks good. Just a little suggestion. Get some Gutter Grenade from www.pressuretek.com and those stripes on the gutter will come off 99% of the time. You can still be true to the softwash theme of not using a powerwasher. Just apply, let dwell for a couple minutes and rinse off with a garden hose.

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Thanks Jeff,

Actually offered the service, but the gentleman just wanted the siding done for the time being.

Question: Are you saying that you don't have to agitate with the GG????



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Yeah, a little agitation is needed. I do a 10-20 ft section at a time (depending on the temps...it can't dry or you have to start over), brush it on..let sit for a few minutes...load the brush again and give it another pass to see whats happening. Sometimes another application is needed, but more often than not it isn't necessary.

 



-- Edited by Jeff Thompson on Tuesday 16th of July 2013 08:32:14 PM

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