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    This is as good as you can get. This is our next large cleaning job in preparation for painting. 6700 linear feet of fencing.
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    Last edited by The Cleaning Doctor; 05-10-2010, 05:49 PM.
    Pat

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    WOW how long will that take?

    When you are doing such a job, what kind of challenges do you expect from it?
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      This is as good as you can get. This is our next large cleaning job in preparation for painting. 6700 linear feet of fencing.
      Someone will have sore arms.....do you have access to water nearby? Are you painting it as well? Painted a few for my Uncle in Alberta, spray gun sure made quick work of that job.
      Andy
      Halifax, Nova Scotia

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      • #4
        Nope I am not painting this one. A crew from Lexington, KY is coming down to paint.

        I expect this to take 3-4 days. As far as challenges, that would be water. Of course most of the fence has no access to water so I will have to bring the truck with a tank. Of course I have 300 feet of pressure hose so I can do 600 feet of fence without moving the truck.

        Oh that and the occasional thunderstorm coming through.
        Pat

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          For such a job, what kind of pressure and tip do you use? Also do you feel there is an ideal detergent to use to remove the old paint? Or will the water alone blast off any loose hanging paint?
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