I’ve used the A&H and it works just fine. Problem is it kills your left over mix in a day or so. Turns sorta brown and thick. As long as you use it all up, it’s fine. I use Elemonator now but I agree it’s pretty expensive since I like a lot of suds.
So basically you just lost any credibility, but I have to ask, what about it is overpriced? I have used about 4 drums a year for the last 10 years or so. I actually offered to pay more if Bob would let my Landa guy stock it so my price went up about $75 a drum. For a regular house you will have about 50 cents in surfactant. Maybe you need to raise your prices or figure out what you are doing wrong.
I guess I’ll figure it out…I like to see some suds, so I don’t know. Like I said, I think the eliminator is ok, just think it’s very over priced. This isn’t rocket science, there must be a competitive product that’s cheaper per ounce…
You literally use up to a handful ounces of it each job… do the math. If you don’t like Elemonator find a different surfactant, there’s plenty out there. If it’s to expensive you need to raise your prices lol
I pay about 20¢ per oz for Elemonator in the 5ver. I use 8oz per 5 gl of mix. It’s not the most economical soap but one reason I like using it is because it’s an industry standard. If I accidentally screw up somebody’s house at least I don’t have to go and tell my insurance company that I used bleach and laundry detergent.
The less rinsing the more productive I am. I found the sweet spot where elemanator helps the rinse, but I don’t get suds. People tend to freak out when they walk out their door and see suds on the breezeways, versus just water.
It’s not expensive. Use it right. This field always includes heavy upfront costs but it’s because if you use it overtime correctly it turns out to be really cheap if you break it down per job. It’s like an investment. Pay $26.00 and earn over $20,000-40,000 easily with it.