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    • You have literally created the nightmares of flatwork pressure washing.
      While I am not a specialist in this, there are various cleaners that will help.
      This is the site to start: https://www.diedrichtechnologies.com/

      Rod & Beth
    • i plan on rinsing it down with water to clean out the pores of the concrete. im wondering if i should use some type of soap or detergent though. i know not to use muriatic acid or TSP, but would using soap and water hurt it? or is there another cleaner i should use instead? Im debating what type of acid stain to use as well, as im sure all of them are not created equal, and even more important the sealer. i assume home deport/menards will sell a marginal product at best? is this something i should order online so i can get contractor grade products ? I am thinking the kemico cola color will fit the bill for the floor... any recommendations for a wall color to compliment this floor? i will probably paint the wall, unless i use a facade like the fake tile or fake wood thats used for floors. sorry for the barrage of questions. any tips/advice is as always, greatly appreciated thanks
    • Hello all. Well as you all may be well aware of, working on your car, makes messes, stains floors! I personally don't care to much but my land lord threw a fit when he saw some of my floor lol So he want it cleaned up! Heres what I have... Garage floor is concrete and the backyard has concrete pavers. The stains I have on there are, transmission fluid, pb blaster, grease, just car gunk/grease/grime stuff that fell of suspension and other parts of the drivetrain during removal. Heres the big one! I got a bucket and filled it with white vinegar to drop some suspension parts in, well after about a week it turned kinda orange and I took it out into the backyard and took out the parts layed them on the floor and sprayed them with my pressure washer. Left that orange tint residue on the floor, and that the one I cant remove! I have tried the simple green purple heavy duty cleaner, the purple power cleaner, I do have some of that kitty litter oil stuff, not sure if Im using it right because it doesnt exactly make it look like nothing was ever there, and thats if it even lifts some of the stain, dawn liquid soap.
    • If you soft wash Power Wash the exterior siding of the house is should last for 3-5 years depending on the environment.    Aqua Clean Power Washing LLC To learn more about power washing in Alpine NJ please call 201-4241800 or visit https://www.gentlepowerwashing.com/power-washing-alpine-nj/  To learn more about pressure washing in Alpine NJ please visit http://www.gentlepowerwashing.com/soft-wash-residential.../  To learn more about soft wash roof cleaning in Alpine NJ please visit https://www.gentlepowerwashing.com/roof-cleaning-alpine-nj/ 
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