Time Is Money !! Like 5-8 Sec. And Vack Up With No Spot!! Don't Quote Me But 250 Deg With 90 Lbs Of Steam. And There Is Another Way With Higher Temps And Low Psi. Propane Powered !! I'm Not Selling This But There Is The Choices I've Found So Far!! Lots Of Work Out There!! Survey Has It Every Comm. Entrace Has Loads Of This Eye Sore. With A Demo In Mind !! Showem What It Will Do!! What Do You Folks Think?? Thanks, Stan
Lots of work out there Just today I went to a store I park way out so my tundra dont get hit
I go to get in my truck and my foot sticks to the ground and it was 85 out guess what it was gum..man I hate gum but hey I luv smelling like mint when i wash it off
Thanks For The Reply. Since We Have Half A Year That Work Choice Of Equipment Is Important. Vap- Steam Can Be Used For Gum Removeal And Tile And Grout Work And A Lot More. Not The Only Choice But One Of Them. There's A Propane Machine That's Looks Good Too. As Far As Flat Work It's There Too ! But Recovey Of Water Is Part Of The Job Too !! That A Lot Of Investment For The Return. On The Low Pressure Side We Do Awnings And Seal Too! We're Looking In To The Next Area Of Decks And Sealing Them. This Tyes Into The Window Side. A Little House Washing Ect. Just A Few Add Ons!! As Far As People Do These Type Of Work Nobodys Doing Much. I Should Be Able To Pay Off On The Investment In A Season. All I Have To Do Is Open My Big Mouth And Do Some Demos Should Be Abale To See Day Light !! Thats The Plan !! Any Thing I Left Out ?? Thanks, Stan
Heard of some guys using dry ice and a putty knife. Marrs the concrete from what I have seen. Seems like a lot of work. Wish we had some of the 80deg stuff. Darn the grass is still winter brown and the snow just melted away a few days ago. Man our spring is sooo late, on Easter we had 6" of snow!! Going to start washing on this friday weather permitting. Just took off the plows and salters today and gearing up for a great wash season.