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Old 03-15-2016, 09:55 PM   #6701
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Man had to quit due to both of his circular washer heads blew up and were not repairable. Said he or the owner would be back Sat morning to finish. About 2-3 hrs left to do the 2 large sections right in front of the garage. TOWTA is very happy with the results. It looks like new concrete where it was cleaned.
Man, I hate powerwashing. It's like coloring a piece of paper with a pencil. Glad he's doing a good job!
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Old 03-15-2016, 10:03 PM   #6702
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Man, I hate powerwashing. It's like coloring a piece of paper with a pencil. Glad he's doing a good job!
He started @ 9:00am and worked until 4:30, he just has about 900 sq. ft. left out of 4,000 sq. ft. He uses a rotating wand and the hand wand on the cracks/seams
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Old 03-16-2016, 07:57 AM   #6703
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Watched my good ole buddy add upper overloads to his 3500HD. He just cannot pass up any ad that says bigger and better. I stopped him before he exited the garage. Still have a smirk on my face...
Wobbles tell him to let the air out of the tires...
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Old 03-16-2016, 10:45 AM   #6704
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He started @ 9:00am and worked until 4:30, he just has about 900 sq. ft. left out of 4,000 sq. ft. He uses a rotating wand and the hand wand on the cracks/seams
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Here are the results as of this morning.
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Look'n good!...Must of scared the hell out of 'old weak kneed Chevy......pulled a blanket over it's head!
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Wobbles tell him to let the air out of the tires...
He screamed and cussed when I told him I had the perfect fix, as I walked behind his trailer.

I tell ya that chainsaw of his has never started on the first pull before. LOL
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Old 03-16-2016, 11:28 AM   #6707
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Look'n good!...Must of scared the hell out of 'old weak kneed Chevy......pulled a blanket over it's head!
Naw, had it completely detailed inside and out and waxed a couple of weeks ago and seeing as how it rarely gets used, didn't want all the crap from the trees and birds on it. Can't get it in the garage due to somebody's junk has filled it's stall and TOWTA's old junker gets the other stall except when we trade with Mardy and put her old junker in his garage and drive his 02 Caddy which we are using now for a couple of weeks.
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Here are the results as of this morning.
Did you consider sealing it now that it's clean to retain the beauty longer?
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Old 03-16-2016, 02:23 PM   #6709
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Did you consider sealing it now that it's clean to retain the beauty longer?
Had the Window Genie man out and got an estimate for 2 coats of Chem Tec One, which is recommended. 1st coat= $1800, 2nd coat $1400. Total of $3200. I can have it pressure washed every 5 yrs for the next 40 yrs for less money. I ain't gonna be here in 40 yrs and if I am I won't know if it's clean or dirty. I'll just let Mardy & Joe worry about it.
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