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If your if you are going through 90 lb of priests pray in one month you're either extremely busy or you're listening to Larry cobbs 8 oz per gallon bulshit ratio, which is it?
 

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If your if you are going through 90 lb of priests pray in one month you're either extremely busy or you're listening to Larry cobbs 8 oz per gallon bulshit ratio, which is it?
I'm pretty busy I probably average 5 - 6 jobs per day. Most are pretty dirty. And I use 3-4 scoops per 5 qt 8:1 Hydroforce. Also I don't go through #90 per month I just always like to order 2 buckets at a time to avoid ever running out.
 
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If your if you are going through 90 lb of priests pray in one month you're either extremely busy or you're listening to Larry cobbs 8 oz per gallon bulshit ratio, which is it?
So what do priests spray anyway? Holy water?
If your if you are going through 90 lb of priests pray in one month you're either extremely busy or you're listening to Larry cobbs 8 oz per gallon bulshit ratio, which is it?
90 lbs of priests pray? That's a lot of sinning
 

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So, I found a really good deal on some Judson Slop and Gobble. Got 4 #8 jugs for $33 each on Ebay. I've always heard how great this stuff is so I'm exited to give it a try Monday when I get back to work. Anyway, the jug says 1 oz per gallon but it does'nt specify a difference for a pump up sprayer or an inline sprayer. Anybody know what the proper amount is for a Hydroforce. Surely it can't be just 1 oz?
It’s is concentrated according to Les the most concentrated.

For nasties he recommends boosting with O2 pre spray and hot sauce modifier
 

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Do you use a 5 qt or 7qt Hf? I use a 7 qt with 8:1 tip. I know i get 7 gallons out of it. So I add 7oz of S&G.

You need to do a bucket test with your HF and know this stuff.
Oh shut up, no does that lol
 

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By yourself?
Yes but by choice. I do much better without a helper. I can just put my earbuds in turn on a podcast and go. Time flies while I'm listening to the latest days sports news. And luckily 90% of my jobs are empties. I either pick up keys and work orders in the morning from property management companies or I meet the tenants that are moving out and they let me in I write them an invoice they pay me and leave and I lock the door on my way out. My average job is an empty house around 1500 sq ft Living room hall and 3 bedrooms. Most take me 90 minutes from start to finish. Easy money!
 
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Guess I'll find out tomorrow when I try it. Worse case scenerio I'm only out like $150
it would be very hard to tell if someone was just removing 1/4 of ear jar and replacing with a cheap laundry powder
 

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it would be very hard to tell if someone was just removing 1/4 of ear jar and replacing with a cheap laundry powder
Do the blacklight check before and after the job. If it has laundry oxy in it, it'll show after the job all over the carpet
 
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Do you use a 5 qt or 7qt Hf? I use a 7 qt with 8:1 tip. I know i get 7 gallons out of it. So I add 7oz of S&G.

You need to do a bucket test with your HF and know this stuff.
Are ya sure ya using 1/8 tip? That supposed to be 16 oz concentrate solution to 128 oz of water...
 

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I could be wrong but I really think I got legitimate product. It's hard to describe but it doesn't really resemble laundry detergent. For lack of a better word it's much fluffier. Not as granular and not as dry. Sure looks exactly the same as the bottle that Les pours out on the table in one of his videos. Also I did a small rat nasty this morning and used 6 oz in my Hydroforce and it cleaned up great. So I think I got the real deal.
 

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I could be wrong but I really think I got legitimate product. It's hard to describe but it doesn't really resemble laundry detergent. For lack of a better word it's much fluffier. Not as granular and not as dry. Sure looks exactly the same as the bottle that Les pours out on the table in one of his videos. Also I did a small rat nasty this morning and used 6 oz in my Hydroforce and it cleaned up great. So I think I got the real deal.
My concern wasn't really that the hubcap guy would switch the product out with tide or the like but that it may have been sitting in his garage for 6 years. I don't know if the ingredients of S&G degrade over time but I'm not sure you would be giving it a fair shake not buying direct/sunbelt if they do.
 

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My concern wasn't really that the hubcap guy would switch the product out with tide or the like but that it may have been sitting in his garage for 6 years. I don't know if the ingredients of S&G degrade over time but I'm not sure you would be giving it a fair shake not buying direct/sunbelt if they do.
You have a valid point and could very well be the case. The only thing that makes me think it’s fairly new is like I said it seems sort of moist. You can squeeze it and it clumps together a little bit. I would assume if it had been sitting for any amount of time with the jars exposed to hot or cold or both it would be dried out. It also had a very nice fresh smell to it when I opened the jugs. Also worked great today on a nasty apartment. As I said earlier worst case scenario is I’m out $150 or best case I got #32 of a pretty high quality pre-spray. I figured what the heck for half price it was worth a shot.
 
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the only reason I mentioned is because there was a guy in one of the facebook groups selling jars of bio break cheaper than interlink carries it for.

seemed really suspicious, and definitely wouldnt put it past a lot of people in this industry to make 5 extra jars out of every 15
 
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the only reason I mentioned is because there was a guy in one of the facebook groups selling jars of bio break cheaper than interlink carries it for.

seemed really suspicious, and definitely wouldnt put it past a lot of people in this industry to make 5 extra jars out of every 15
Yeah unfortunately there are a ton of shady people out there. Not sure if it helps or not but I do atl least always read some of the sellers reviews anytime I puchase anything from Ebay or Amazon. But you never know.
 

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the only reason I mentioned is because there was a guy in one of the facebook groups selling jars of bio break cheaper than interlink carries it for.

seemed really suspicious, and definitely wouldnt put it past a lot of people in this industry to make 5 extra jars out of every 15
Was his name Darrin Hickman?
 
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