Unlocking $1000 Per Hour: The Power of Our South East Soft Wash Skid


What's up, guys? Southeast Soft Wash here at the Oak Mountain Golf Subdivision in Carrollton, Georgia. Today, we're tackling a fence cleaning job, and let me tell you, they've got quite a stretch of fence to clean at the entryway – about a mile on both sides of the road.

We've just finished treating one side of the fence, and now we're filling up our tank with water from a convenient hookup at the subdivision's entrance. With my dad driving the truck and me walking beside it to spray, this job is straightforward and efficient.

Using a two percent mixture and our new Gen 2 Aluminax skid from Batch Busters, we're applying the cleaning solution with a 12-volt system. Once we've treated both sides, we'll come back to rinse with a pressure washer.

Now, if you're not ready to invest in a blending system yet, don't worry – a batch mix system can still get the job done. In fact, we just added a batch mix calculator to our website, so be sure to check it out if you're still batch mixing your solutions.

As I look at the fence, I can't help but notice the pollen in the air – it's really getting to me today! But despite the pollen, a two percent mix will easily handle the dirt and grime on this fence, especially considering I cleaned it last year.

With good water pressure at our disposal, filling up our tank is a breeze, and we're ready to tackle the rinsing phase of the job.

In conclusion, whether you're batch mixing or using a blending system like Batch Busters, soft washing can be efficient and effective with the right equipment and techniques. And if you're ready to upgrade to a blendable system, be sure to check out Batch Busters for the only soft wash metering valve on the market.

Alright, time to get back to work. Stay tuned for more updates as we continue this soft wash job at Oak Mountain Golf Subdivision

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