In this video, you will see the product activating (foaming) when coming into contact with moss, black mold, and other undesirables growing on your roof. This is oxygen activating and killing the moss and other undesirables.
Each time it rains, it will slowly and gently reactivate (killing the moss), resulting in a gradual rinse/wash of your roof over the next 3-6 months.
If you are planning a gentle, long-term roof maintenance solution, we recommend having your roof treated every 2 years.
We have tested this on our own roof and find this is the safest, gentlest way to wash a roof the natural way. Although it can take longer to see results, it is the safer, softer alternative to preserving and extending the life of your roof.
Want to hire us to treat your roof? Then simply click/tap on the button below to request a free quote for this and any of our other services.
In the above video, William demonstrates how to do a construction clean of French pane glass on a residential home.
The secret is to apply very little water to the glass when cleaning. Using too much water on this style of window will likely cause water to remain in the frame and release later causing runs that leave unsightly residue on the glass.
When wetting your applicator, first dunk it, then wring it out really good so there is very little water left in it. Using a slightly wet applicator is key to cleaning this style of window.
5 Steps for Cleaning French Panes
Step 1: Wet the panes from bottom to top
Step 2: Carefully blade the panes to remove paint (use a new blade at your own risk)
Step 3: Wet the panes a second time from bottom to top
Step 4: Squeegee the panes dry from top to bottom
Step 5: Detail the edges of the panes with a clean, dry cloth
You can do this yourself if you have the right tools for the job or you can hire us to do it for you.
If you live in lower mainland, BC, Canada and are looking for someone to clean your windows, you can request a free quote today by visiting our quote request.