wow that could be just about anything!! PowerBrite???? You can buy that here @ the ZONE ................
besides if you think it works great >>>>>>>> why should you really care about anybody else? I dont mean to say that MEAN. But come on you are in business for yourself If I say your "brown stuff" sux. Would you stop using it?
I don't want to post the name of the mfr because they are also the seller and I'm not 100% sure of the rules regarding that sort of thing.
My main goal is to see if anyone who reads this feels something else is better. I'm quite satisfied with Brown Stuff's performance, but if someone thinks there is something better, I'd like to try it.
To make things perfectly clear, it is called "Brown Stuff" and it is brown and it is stuff
The Brown Stuff that you speak of is decent, but expensive. I think the name is just something they came up with, but is probably sold under different names elsewhere. I am not sure if the place that sells it manufacturers it, or just distributes it. Are you using it on houses? If so, there are other things that can be had that are as good, and cheaper.
I say that it is expensive, but I was buying it in 5 gallons buckets when I was starting out. Maybe it is cost effective in 55 gallon drums. It really is a good all purpose soap, though. Tough enough to handle some strip jobs, yet gentle enough to mix for house wash. Last I saw, it was close to $35 for 5 gallons. It just didn't make sense having to drive over there, and pay almost $7 a gallon, when what I use now is just over $3. I do have to mix my stuff in a drum though. No real problems, just about 10 mins. and I'm done.
Applies between 50:1 and 100:1. Our most popular truck wash concentrate. Used as directed, it aggressively cleans painted surfaces without damage. Removes carbon stack stain and magnetic road film from tractors and trailers without brushing. Works with hot or cold water, and rinses free at any temperature. It will clean and brighten aluminum surfaces. Designed for heavy-duty truck washing. In hot water machines, can be used at 1000:1. In cold water machines, meter at 50:1. Do not use on polished or anodized aluminum or surfaces protected with poly sealers. Should be effective in hard water to about 20 grains of hardness. Contains sodium hydroxide. USDA Approved.
Super Concentrate makes 110 gallons of concentrate.
It is good stuff.......however I can never make 110 gallon of it .............I believe it comes in a 5gal can with the powder on the bottom >> hard powder I might add.There is a quick trick to mix it though. If this price is for 2- 5gal pails then this is an awesome price .......if it's for one............... then the price is not that awesome..............there is no way to get 110 gal outa it and be [powerfull enough to clean................MAybe if you were doing pre-spray....but never up-or down-stream.
Why dont you buy it in barrell kits.Add powder to water & add pre measured sodium hydroxide,agitate & BAM.Instant barrell.These powders also work in adding, to increase solution strength.I buy all my chems other than clorine in powder form.Saves you $ buy being the creator end user.