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Here are some recent gutter cleaning and roof cleaning pictures of Roof Clean USA in ACTION in Thomasville, GA and also in Tallahassee, FL


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Good Job Dave.

LOVE those werner ladders huh? We have had a FEW eaten up by the LOVE

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More Roof Cleaning Pictures in Thomasville, GA



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Confident Roof Cleaning Houston TX wrote:

Good Job Dave.

LOVE those werner ladders huh? We have had a FEW eaten up by the LOVE



Thanks Scott. You are right. We do love our 300 pound rated articulating ladders.

They ARE very versatile.

Its unfortunate but in CONCENTRATED form, Nothing except Kynar lasts when using the LOVE.

SH is a rapacious creditor...and no matter what you are using, plastic, metals, wood, etc. it ALL has its useful life cycle, ladders INCLUDED.

We like the TERM "Cleaning Agent"

Actually, "Roof Cleaning Agents" is what we like to call it.

It doesn't sound so harsh.

As we all well know, SH is aggressive on most any and everything.

It is hard to kill a plant with a plant friendly cleaner?

 



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Great pics Dave ! Was noticing the nozzle, looks identical to the one I am going to use. How is it working for you ? Good distance ? Getting things together and hope to be cleaning roofs soon. Biggest problem is finding SH at a decent price. Cheapest I've found so far is 291.00 for 55 gal. Still searching. Thanks again for all the pictures. Seeing actual setups helps tremendously.



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confuse    Nice pictures Dave ! Wow, I've been busy for a couple days and not on the pc and theres lots of stuff to read

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