Concrete Cleaning Process, Chems?

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  1. GreenTechAgain
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    When you are putting out 8-10 gallons a minute, how do you get out of your own way?

    If the water is not being extracted, does it not pool up right away?
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    Good question but the answer is no. It's almost all outside and most sidewalks & driveways have a slight drainage angle to them so the water will gradually move down and slide off of the concrete into the grass. I clean X amount of square foot and then I unhook my high-pressure hose from the surface cleaner and hook on my gun with a three or 400 psi tip and I spray everything off real quick. It looks brand-new. And I hook my surface cleaner back up and clean some more and repeat the process
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    Here ya go

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