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Roof Cleaning Palm Harbor FL 727 543 3276 wrote:
jimmyjamroofcleaninman wrote:

wow great advice guys. i haven't been on here in a while, missed yall lol. i'll also add to this that this court is about 4 feet from a seawall on the river. its been flooded a few times and hasnt seen any sealer or cleaning in quite a few years. the homeowner is a good customer of mine and he just wants to make it look better. it looks like bare cement, very smooth, lot of mold and mildew on it. you can barely see where the lines used to be. i'm just gonna rent a surface cleaner and knock it out. after that he'll be sealing some cracks and then i'll be back to seal it. he's getting the sealer and said it would be a learning experience for the both of us lol.


 By the sounds of it I think you will be just fine with a SC on it then. I didn't realize it was for a residential. (Not that you should't take precautions and do it right). Thought it was for a PM that was gonna hold your nads to the fire if it got screwed up.

Good luck with it and let us know how it goes....Lots of pics. We all like pics.


 Until he becomes a premium member, there is NO picture posting. Any questions, call Chris. His rule!

Gary



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Hmm, email me pictures. Yea, that's what I meant to say. LOL

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lol sure thing larry, don't worry gary i'll get there one day. still same ole broke jimmy jam right now lol. thanks for all the advice guys i really appreciate it. anbody ever applied that color sealer to a court?

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give these guys a call... 

http://www.atlantatennis.com/store/category_31/Tennis-BasketballbrCourt-Coatings.htm



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10-4 thanks

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Roof Cleaning Palm Harbor FL 727 543 3276 wrote:
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Roof Cleaning Palm Harbor FL 727 543 3276 wrote:

Im gonna jump in here and sound like a debbie downer but if you don't know what your doing as far as cleaning a court you should probably pass on this one. Tennis courts, shuffle board courts and any type of surface like it can get damaged very easily if you don't know what your doing. Ask me how I know... Any high pressure and or the wrong chems on a court like this can cause serious damage and cost YOU a lot of $$'s. A good house wash mix, some dwell time and a flooding rinse is your best approach.
I just don't want to see you or anyone saying "OMG, what did I just do"...This is just a heads up. If your gonna tackle the job do some research first.


 even on a cement court?


 Is it a grass court? LoL... They are all made of cement/concrete. The problem is that many of them have surface coatings that differ from other types of coatings such as paint, stains, sealers etc. Need to be sure whats on the court.

You CAN use a surface cleaner (Many do) but you need to change to the right size tips in order not to damage the surface.

Here an example for you to read: 

 http://www.propowerwash.com/board/upload/showthread.php?19201-Tennis-Courts&highlight=tennis+courts

 

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