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Discussion in 'Power Washing' started by yard_smart, Dec 14, 2008.
Trying something a lil new . . what do you think fellas?
Does it cost extra for the wood.........?
yep thats why it isn't clean
It's OK, but nothing to brag about. How is that different than any other cleaning method?
I guess your right . ..you could prolly get the same results with a Home Cheapo PWer couldn't ya. . .. HaHa
Seriously...... what is new about it?
Theres nothing new about the cleaning, I think its the way he portrays his before and after shots. He's always messing with this kind of stuff.
Yeah he was talking about the before & after shot.
Well the big difference is that Dj was there about 45 mins with professional equipment. (I just guessing) The common landscaper with a Lowe's special would be there about 4-6 hrs to make it clean and that's if they even know what chemicals to use.
If you are nice Dj just might educate some people on here........about power washing.
The guy knows quite a bit about the trade.
Some guys know how to hardscape, some know ponds , and dj knows power washings.
35 mins . .. close lou really close lol . . .
and thanks for the compliment!