Is There an Effective Way to Clean This Aggregate with River Rock?


#61

While the probability of this assumption may possibly be true or contrary to such thoughts we must remember 2 things.

  1. All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence; then success is sure. Mark Twain

  2. Sally was a good old girl. Waylon Jennings


#62

Takes me back to my sordid past, when 15 years ago on a psychotropic drug chemistry site called The Hive my handle was “payin2much.”


#63

UAMCC?:unamused:


#64

Actually, FBOP. Once enough of my “so called” friends were busted, it was just a matter of adjourning a grand jury. Slam dunk! Original sentence 375 months. WHEW!


#65

Bahahahahahah


#66

Ouch man… Could have been worse they got the conspiracy stuff and Rico act putting people away for lifetimes…


#67

Yep, avoided RICO, and some changes in the sentencing guidelines helped a lot


#68

SO, these are the after photos:


Pool Deck Surface
#69

Looks good!


#70

very nice grasshopper


#71

Thank you sensai


#72

Oh yea…, that’s what we were talking about… 60 detours ago… Good job


#73

Looks great! So how did you do it in the end?


#74

Eliminated a hose and added a professional surface cleaner (Hammerhead). No solution, just down and dirty, hit everything from both directions (side to side, up/down) Finished up using XJet to polish off. 3 hours


#75

Where you been Buzz? Missed your sardonic lubricity! @BuzzLightyear


#76

If you didn’t use solution then what was the xjet for?


#77

I don’t use a wand anymore. I use the xjet to spray clean the the surface after the surface cleaner has stripped the dirt. Is there a technique that will allow me to eliminate that step?


#78

What do you mean when you say ‘spray clean’? Just rinsing the dirt off? Most people just use a ball valve choked down to rinse.

Now post treating, could be done with X-Jet, if needed.


#79

Open ball valve


#80

Why> more water volume?