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Do u still add Borax when using hang tite or roof snot, also if u use hang tite can u still add a little Gain to it?

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chiquiringo wrote:

Do u still add Borax when using hang tite or roof snot, also if u use hang tite can u still add a little Gain to it?


 Hang Tite is a soap, just like Gain, or Roof Snot, so no need to have 3 soaps, just pick one, we use Gain dish soap, and yes, you can add some Borax to make the roofs stay cleaner longer, if you want.



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how much Gain do us use per 100 gallons



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salrides11 wrote:

how much Gain do us use per 100 gallons


It all depends how soapy you want the roof cleaning solution! Most use 1 large bottle of Gain per 100 gallons of mix.

 



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I am new to this business and looking to start up this spring. Mixing Gain; wont that create toxic fumes?

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Steve-o-Torpedo wrote:

I am new to this business and looking to start up this spring. Mixing Gain; wont that create toxic fumes?


 

Nope.  it's mixed with SH in washing machines around the world every day    Serious, no worries.

 

There are a number of chemicals and products that are NOT compatible, so your concern is wise.  Ammonia for example, is bad, bad news.  When in doubt, look at a SH compatibility chart.  Or just ask Chris Tucker 'cause I think he has a lot of that chart memorized!

 



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