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About paulsmobilewashing

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    TGS Newbie
  • Birthday 04/27/1991

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  • Company Name
    Pauls Mobile Washing
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  • City & State
    Spokane, WA
  • Occupation
    Moss Removal, Roof Cleaning/Restoration, Extrior Cleaning, Aggregate Cleaning/Sealing.
  1. What do you recommend?

    Thanks for the insight guys, i appreciate it, i'll educate the customer with the information i have gathered from you guys and several local places here in town. Thanks again. Have a great season y'all.
  2. Hello everyone, the attached image is of a deck that i will be working on this summer. I would like to know what you guys would recommend for the best restoring process to go with? -Should i strip the whole deck? if yes, what kind of stripper? -Should i use a wood brightener? if yes, what brighteners work best? Any help, tips, or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thank You, Paul http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k69/pavelbondarenko/IMG_3302.jpg
  3. Hydraulic fluid/Engine Oil on Cobblestone

    I do apologize for the late reply. Thank you for all the help guys! The cat litter worked it's magic, furthermore, i went over the whole area with a high grade degreaser, the customer was happy to get those stains out. Thanks again! I have done many roofs and building exteriors, if you guys have any questions in this area (chemicals, nozzles, etc.) please feel free to ask, i will do my best to reply within a day or two. Merry Christmas!
  4. Hydraulic fluid/Engine Oil on Cobblestone

    Thanks guys for all the help, I'll be trying out the kitty litter.
  5. Hello TGS'ers, i have a situation where a boom truck had leaked hydraulic fluid and motor oil on cobblestone. I will be cleaning the entire perimeter of the cobblestone, this includes the affected and unaffected areas so I don't run into discoloration if i were to only remove the affected areas. I will be using Hot Water. My question is, what is the best cleaner/degreaser/detergent i should use on a situation like this, and where would i be able to purchase this product? Any help and tips are much appreciated! Thank You!