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    Used it on a back yard patio with some mildew on it had done that customers house 2 yrs ago and it was a breeze and I loved the results.
    Carlos Hernandez
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    Hey Doug
    Any chance of getting a sample of the BT200, it sounds great and we have several Fast Food Drive Thru contracts that would really benifit from a good degreaser.
    We use only biodegradable products, but the ones we have tried are not all that great, we would love to find one that actually works and is completely natural.
    If possible, our mailing address is
    234 Via Perignon, Naples, Fl, 34119
    Thanks in advance
    WashandGlow LLC
    "A Higher Standard"
    Jon & Kat Fone
    Tel: 239-384-0208
    Paver & Concrete Sealing with Seal n Lock

    Pressure Washing * Window Cleaning
    Complete Dryer Vent Cleaning
    Awning Maintenance & Restoration
    Construction & Foreclosure Cleans

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    So I have read and read about the BT2 & SW1. Does anyone choose one over the other? Or are they both used in different situations?
    CJ's Power Spray
    Fort Worth TX, 76137
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calob View Post
    So I have read and read about the BT2 & SW1. Does anyone choose one over the other? Or are they both used in different situations?
    I personally think they are both good products. I have used them both and do like the results. I prefer SW1000 but that is just my preference. Other heavy hitters in the industry swear by Eat Oils....I think it is a matter of preference.

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