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Roof Kleen - Reformulated To Let You Use Less Bleach For Roof Cleaning!
Roof Kleen was originally developed for cleaning asphalt, barrel tile, metal, and membranes roofs. When used with a pressure washer and low pressure, it is a very effective cleaner for roofs infested with magma gloeocapsa.
Thanks to the introduction of roof shooting tools, roof cleaning has evolved from pressure washing into a zero-pressure technique of shooting a strong cleaning mix of bleach and detergent up onto the roof. The mix attacks the mold growing on the roof, while it kills any algae present. After dwelling in place for 20-30 minutes, the roof surface is then rinsed thoroughly to remove any trace of the bleach-based cleaning mixture.
The key to this technique is to add a proper bleach-friendly cleaner that will hold the bleach in place instead of letting it all just immediately run off to the gutters. Using a high-foaming detergent that adds to the cleaning power and allows you to use a lower concentration of bleach is really an environmentally sound method of cleaning. Using less of any cleaning mixture is always better.
The new formula of Roof Kleen includes enhanced foaming and clinging agents, holding the mixture in place. The extra cling allows you to use less bleach to get the same results. Your dwell time must increase a little bit over some more aggressive mixtures, but you will the same results using 1/3 less sodium hypochlorite by giving this mix just about 5 minutes more dwell time. That is real economy for contractors who clean several roofs every week!
Roof Kleen has always been "bleach friendly", which means it does not break down when mixed with strong bleach.
Use this at between 200:1 and 100:1 with your roof cleaning mix. This means that between a half gallon and a gallon of Roof Kleen is all you need to add to a 100-gallon batch.
This is among the most economical roof cleaning chemicals available today. Takes as little as $6' worth of roof cleaning chemical to make 100 gallons of cleaner.
We got the following recipes from our test users. We were told they mixed 30 gallons of 12.5% sodium hypochlorite with 70 gallons of water and added a half-gallon of Roof Kleen for average roofs. For tough areas, they mixed 40 gallons of 12.5% sodium hypochlorite with 60 gallons of water and added up to 1 gallon of Roof Kleen.
Those who worked with 5.75% sodium hypochlorite mixed 65 gallons of 5.75% sodium hypochlorite with 35 gallons of water and add a half-gallon of Roof Kleen. When they cleaned tough stains, they mixed 86 gallons of 5.75% sodium hypochlorite with 14 gallons of water and added up to 1 gallon of Roof Kleen.
You will probably come up with your own favorite mixes, and we ask that you share them with us.
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