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Am I correct that Roof Snot is the new name for the same product that use to be called "Talon"(aka C1214)?

went thru archives and seems that way.

Have a 12/12 pitched roof Im trying to get. would be perfect from what I read of its clingability.



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https://www.facebook.com/RoofSnot/posts/215764681886460?notif_t=like



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Badda Bing!

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How much for a drum?

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This is a promo for roof snot. Not because I use it .... but because I'm wanting to use it. I had some serious settling in my tank after a 12 hour pre-mix with a certain surfactant that killed my mix (a few times) and ate into my net income. Roof Snot seems to be stable with SH so it sounds like a no brainer.

I'd like some input on Roof Snot after being mixed with SH for longer than 12 hours.



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here is the thread I was refering to...

http://roof-cleaning-institute.activeboard.com/t39527800/roof-snot-chlorine-stable-surfactant/



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Yeah Adam, same stuff.

Ray, your mix will stay fresh for days.

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I'm assuming this is the stuff Chris found.  As you can see theres a range of products within a name, maybe some distributors can look into what would be best for the industry?...

http://www.rhodia.com/en/markets_and_products/product_finder/product_results_Brand~mackamine%C2%AE_page~0.tcm

 

I sucked at chemistry so dont ask me!

 



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Roof Cleaning Tallahassee wrote:

This is a promo for roof snot. Not because I use it .... but because I'm wanting to use it. I had some serious settling in my tank after a 12 hour pre-mix with a certain surfactant that killed my mix (a few times) and ate into my net income. Roof Snot seems to be stable with SH so it sounds like a no brainer.

I'd like some input on Roof Snot after being mixed with SH for longer than 12 hours.


 I know what Roof Snot is Ray, and it is from a whole family of unconditionally chlorine stable surfactants. I approve of it. This Amine Oxide family includes Ammonyx and Myristamine, but there are probably 50 other less known members of this family of surfactants that are just as good, maybe even better, then the two I just mentioned. Back when Billy Jensen and myself were exploring these surfactants here at the RCIA, I explored a few of these. Billy found Ammonyx, and I found Myrastamine. I found another called Maclamine that was THE Shit!

It was so thick, it made Myrastamine look like water! The problem was, the company wanted me to commit to nearly a tanker load of it!

Since I have no commercial asperations of bottling and selling it, I turned them down.

One day, one of our distributors will "discover" Maclamine, and I predict that whoever is the first distributor to offer it for sale in smaller quantities, they may quite possibly own the roof cleaning surfactant market.

LOL, perhaps they will even give the roof cleaning institute credit, for the pioneering work we have done with these chlorine stable surfactants ?

 

 



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Roof Cleaning New Jersey wrote:

How much for a drum?


 $540.00!



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I got a drum, works great. Mix stays fresh for days.

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I like the foaming roof snot does.

Next time you scrub gutters add some to what you use!



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wondering if adding a little to products like Chomp Pro and butyl based cleaners that dont need scrubbing on "most" gutters would be stable and add more hang time?

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The Roof Snot is stable in most any mixture. It's Ph neutral, so it can be used with caustics or acids or anything in between.

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gutterdog wrote:

I like the foaming roof snot does.

Next time you scrub gutters add some to what you use!


 Great idea! I use it in my house wash mix, but never thought for the gutters. 

Thanks for the tip.  

Can my girlfriend use it to clean the dishes? 



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Apex Roof Cleaning wrote:
gutterdog wrote:

I like the foaming roof snot does.

Next time you scrub gutters add some to what you use!


 Great idea! I use it in my house wash mix, but never thought for the gutters. 

Thanks for the tip.  

Can my girlfriend use it to clean the dishes? 


 Want a real surprise? Try washing your car or truck with it. Will look like youy waxed it. Great stuff.



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"If" it leaves a shiny residue, how much time/rainfall does it take to fully remove the shiny residue?

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NO shiny residue, just super clean. Don't know how it works, it just does.biggrinbiggrinconfuseconfuse



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kewl, tryin to order now, paypal effn with me though!

really wanting to try, as an old cust just sold house (very historical) and new owners have a guy powerwashing barrel tiled roof off with articulating boom lift which I could do from ground and cant see what the price difference would have been! first off, THREE guys hanging off basket!, should send OSHA over there!

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With the gutters the foaming action I guess suspends the dirt in the foam and makes it easier to rinse? I'm just guessing here?

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