Screened enclosure type of mix


#1

I have a screened enclosure and patio to bid on a town home this afternoon can’t be very big but I’m wondering what kind of mix would you guys use on a screened enclosure


#2

About 2%, dwell 3-5 minutes, rinse rinse rinse.


#3

Housewash mix works just fine. .05 percent. Apply let it sit them reapply areas that are not clean yet. Then rince everything


#4

this is what it looks like


#5

That’s looks like a normal screen room. Housewash will be fine . We do it every day. Including today.
Just use your soap nozzle


#6


#7

If you have a back pack blower you can blow those leaves off from the inside without making a mess of the house


#8

Customer said remove bottom and get leaves out she will replace them at a later date


#9

Just use a blower or medium pressure nozzle several feet from the screen. That’s something your going to run into a lot . Your better get used to it and be ready most people will not except screen damage or replacement just to clean the cage


#10

I have a jrod


#11

Honestly man I don’t care what you call your private’s :grinning:


#12

Seriously shouldn’t my jrod be safe or should I wrap it up lol


#13

I cannot answer that in a an adult way sorry


#14

Can you answer it in a professional manner


#15

Yes your Jrod should do the trick. I sometimes stand back with a large zero degree nozzle to get pine needles out


#16

You have stolen content on your website and you are worried about someone else answering a stupid question being "professional "?


#17

I’m working on my site now trying to change some things around in Newton all this and I jumped the gun on uploading it


#18

Just out of curiosity, is that porch screened in on the roof? First I’ve ever heard of that.


#19

Pool enclosure


#20

What keeps branches/heavy rain/hail from punching holes in it?

Must be in a really mild weather part of the country?