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Date: Jun 11, 2015
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Hey guys just wondering if anyone one has some advice on this job I was asked to do. The house is a log home that has a wrap around deck the railing which is also wood and wood spindles has the outside covered in lichen just starting to infest the railing. So my question is what type of mix should I use how much sh if any how much soap and is there something else I can add to help. Oh and awnings on store fronts the vinyl ones I can use sh on them can't I???? Thanks 



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start with standard roof mix and make stronger if necessary.

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Is the wood stained? Are they going to re-stain after you are done cleaning?

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the railing is stained but it is all peeling off and the ho is going to re stain it when im done as for a standard roof mix what is your mix for a 100 gallons just so I know if my mix is similar thanks guys

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