Any one using this? Bought a gallon to try out, it’s smells like straigh alcahol and has no masking agent… But will see how it works
never heard of it. Let us know how it works out.
If it dies indeed have a flammable, I dont see how they would be allowed to sell it, much less ship it, even reasonably? What could mimic alcohol… spearmint?
Yo did you ever try it? CWC sells it and shipping is 1 day to your house. I’m still on this big 6x bottle of green wash and was going to try Elemonator next. Curious how you liked it.
It does work, seems to loosen everything up real nice while it dwells… But it’s a no go for me since it has no masking agent in it… They told me they would start selling scents to add to it but that just drives up the cost and 1 more thing to worry about…
If your in Socal, Find a way to get Elemonator… It works really well…
Recently switched to snotmenade and I like it better. More suds and quick rinse
I’ve read a couple people like it better I’m gonna get some for this spring. It’s also $20 cheaper for a 5g pail.
I wouldn’t overlook SloMo https://shop.pressurewasherproducts.com/SLO-MO-SOFTWASH-CHLORINE-STABLE-SURFACTANT-5-GALLONS-SLOMO-5.htm. It’s the best stuff *'ve ever used, and the same 5g lasated me all Summer, Fall, and I still have almost a gallon. BUT, even though it rinses well, sticks to roofs like glue while only using 4-6oz per 50 gallons of mix there’s no masking agent.
Yeah, No masking agent is a deal breaker for me… People seem to fear SH soo much and masking the smell is a must
Yeah that’s the only deal breaker for me but I’ve heard great things about it especially for roofs. Don’t get me wrong elemonator is great but if there’s something better for cheaper, I’m gonna buy it. I’ll find out what i prefer most this season.
I’ve looked it over and it seems that slo-mo is the cheapest to order a 5g pail with shipping. That, and it will outlast all other surfactants due to only needing to add 1 ounce per 5 gallon mix. It’s unfortunate it’s not scented, which is a must for me. Elemonator is only a few dollars more including shipping and has worked good for me in the past so I will likely be sticking with it. Southside equipment charges almost $100 to ship a 5g pail of snotmenade to Michigan which is insane… Looks like I won’t be trying it for that reason alone.
Whenever folks asks about the bleach smell, we tell them it’s the smell of clean and smile ;>)
Are you just going off the auto calculated shipping from Southside? I have no idea why, but it ALWAYS auto calculates an insane shipping amount, then they automatically credit you back once they actually put the order together and it comes out to normal shipping prices. It’s definitely bassackwards but it’s the way their site always does it.
Southsides shipping calculator is not accurate. Russ has some of the cheapest shipping around. When you place the order your card does not get processed until the fulfill the order and charge the actual shipping. I know it’s crazy that they can’t get a decent shipping calculator but I don’t even think twice when ordering now. The actual shipping charges are always reasonable
A little of this goes a long way. I only use it for certain jobs where it’s likeky for people to complain about the sh snell like an apartment complex or heavily trafficked commercial space.
I have switched to using some products from Soap Daddy. I get it from Janitorial Restoration Hub. Suds Dud works pretty good for house washing.
(There Efflo Remover is very comparable to to F9 or Prosoco. Lift off is a high alkaline degreaser)
Good pricing also.
Yeah they must lose a good chunk of business by not fixing it. I seen that shipping cost and left there site right away lol
Like I said they must lose business this way. I wouldn’t make a purchase if I didn’t know the exact cost. I guess calling them to make an order might be an option.
Geeze you’d think they’d pay a couple bucks for a proper logo instead of using the first PW logo that comes up on Google
Jokes aside, if it works well who cares what’s on the bottle. How would you compare it to any other surfactant you’ve used in the past?