I probably rambled about it being expensive somewhere in this thread, but I was trying to make a point that most people were using the wrong rinse (acid) which was wasting money.you still see rinse as expensive without obviously doing any sums
how much did you have to put your prices up to cover the extra fuel burn from your titan??
And less repairs.I probably rambled about it being expensive somewhere in this thread, but I was trying to make a point that most people were using the wrong rinse (acid) which was wasting money.
Yes, this Everest is burning more fuel, but my wand is moving faster because my water is hotter and I’m getting better cfm at the hose. So I really don’t know if I’m using much more fuel because my jobs are about 10min faster.
Pureforce acid rinse is 2 cups per 5 gallons. Works great and has a fresh scent.Geez louise....
I see no point pushing a wand if I'm not cleaning.
If my poor body has to do it, I better be making a difference, the rinse must have some(even a tiny bit) type of cleaning ability.
I want as much cleaning ability out of my rinse as I can get in a ph hopefully close to neutral.
Most manufacturers dilution ratios for a rinse are nuts.
You know the little white crust on top of chicken shit. It’s still chicken shit.Viscose is basically paper. Your working on a booby trap.