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Q: Can I use Roof Cleaners with direct-inject powerwashers?
Jane D from North Carolina
A: Yes, Roof Cleaner QSE is pressure cleaning compatible.
YES, Roof Cleaner QSE is compatible with most direct-inject powerwashers (also called pressure washing chemical injectors or soap-tips).
Just adjust the dilutions so that the end dilution remains 4 gallons of water for every EZ pouch.
For example if your pressure washer is uses a 9:1 mix ratio, then instead of mixing 4 gallons of water, you would mix .4 gallons (1 tenth)
Roof QSE far exceeded my expectations
Roof Cleaner QSE Product Review
I wanted to let you know that your product far surpassed my expectations in terms of the finished product.
You never know how much extra effort went into photos in advertising but I can honestly say that your QSE product was very easy to use and worked just like the literature said it would!
I’m enclosing a few before and after shots . . . . I wanted to get a few with the sun on the roof as the before shots had but it was late afternoon by the time I finished and I wanted to take a few shots to send you.
My neighbor came over and wanted to know what I was using as he said the roof looked brand new . . . . and the house is 12 years old.
Thanks for a product that delivered more than I had expected . . . and as far as the subject line goes, I should have said “What did you guys do to by stained, ugly roof . . . . now it looks like it is brand new again!”
thanks for a first rate product that far exceeded my expectations and one that has drawn compliments from neighbors in my neighborhood.
Andy S from South Carolina – October 2011
Our Roof Cleaner is using a secret formula
We hear this claim quite often once winter breaks and spring begins. You have decided to have your roof cleaned by a professional, and you’ve done roof cleaning research and even brushed up on all of the roof cleaning terminology. You decided that you want a safe roof cleaner, something that won’t risk damage to plants like using bleach as a roof cleaner. Continue reading
Roof Cleaning Expectations vary Roof by Roof
It’s a common roof cleaning question that we hear from homeowners who just bought a home that has a stained roof:
Will a Roof Stain Cleaner remove all the black streaks, lichen, roof mold?
I want my roof to look like new!
The short answer is that a Roof Shingle Cleaner will improve the appearance of your shingles, but no cleaner is capable of making a roof look brand new.
But a roof cleaner will improve the appearance for very little investment, which makes an attempt at roof cleaning an essential step before deciding to buy a new roof.
So let’s explore what factors affect how well a roof stain cleaner will work. Continue reading
Success with Cold Weather Roof Cleaning Projects
With the return of cold weather in most parts of the country, many homeowners investigating DIY asphalt roof cleaning projects ask about the minimum temperature ranges for using roof cleaning products. Minimum temperature guidelines shingle roof cleaning are pretty simple. The roof shingles need be above freezing (at least 35 degrees) for at least four hours before using roof cleaning chemicals for best results. Read on to find out why. Continue reading