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    Both are relative to the tip size. Go by the pumps specs. Given 4.5gpm and 3500psi your nozzle to match the max output should be 4.21 Whatever fan degree is optional ei; 15°, 25°, 40° Rod
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    There is a great deal involved in log home cleaning. It is not for the novice or those unaware of the weaknesses of them. I would suggest looking into log home suppliers and their products for further research which will help introduce you to many products used and why. Rod
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  18. Hi Rick - I've read a lot of your posts and think you're the right guy for my question.  Hopefully.  :)

    We live in Northern Virginia and moved into a newly built house last year.  We have red cedar shake siding.  The shingles were not primed before staining and the house was stained with a light gray semi-transparent stain (Sikkens WIllow).  After about 2 months we saw significant extractive tannin bleeding (see picture attached).  Now that's about a year has passed, the only areas where we are still seeing the tannins are in the covered areas (front porch, screened porch, etc.) - the rain and sun must have taken care of the rest of the house.  My question is, what should we do now?  Should we try and clean with oxalic acid?  If the cleaning works, should we leave as is or oil prime and re-stain with the semi-transparent?  Since the areas are covered, I am not as concerned about the stains matching perfectly as they already look darker because they are in the shade.  I would really appreciate your thoughts.  Thanks so much!  Kara

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    Here is a google search to show you the unit. It is installed on the outlet side of the pump so that when you switch to low pressure soap nozzle, it will engage the unit to start sucking soap into the line and mix it with the water flowing through. https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=downstream+injector Rod
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    You can use a downstream injector for any chemical. I just would make sure none ever goes through the pump. Rod
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    can i use awesome cleaner in my pressure washer?
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    Not much I can help with in this case without photos of specificity and more details of the type of surface(s) being cleaned. Rod
  25. I run a restaurant and I’m the head chef of the restaurant. It is not that big, I couldn’t rent a bigger space. We cook most of the food from my home. For that, I have remodeled my kitchen. It is a big space, bigger than my hallway and rooms combined. After cooking that from my home I deliver that to my restaurant. All the efforts that we put are clearly reflected in the kitchen floors, sink. Most of the kitchen space is tarnished and stained. The surfaces have lost the texture. Sinks have lost their luster and the kitchen floor have stained. I am thinking of doing a thorough clean up of the kitchen using house cleaning services in Mississauga. So I am shutting the restaurant for a few weeks so that I can clean my kitchen. Don’t know how long it's going to take or how effective it's going to be. I wish I could get the kitchen back as new as possible. I do clean the kitchen after the restaurant is closed every day. But the hard stains of the spices and tar of the oil and fire has left the place dull. Is cleaning services the best option for this? Is it effective in removing all the tough stains from the kitchen floor? Do you guys have any other ideas? Help is appreciated.
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