Why Does Benz Biocidal Wash Contain IPA? (video how-to)

April 18, 2016 2 Comments

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When applying soft washing chemicals to a customer's property we think it important that a contractor has a good working knowledge of the products they are using.

This knowledge impacts on health and safety and on effective working practices – both of which lead to a profitable soft washing business.

This week we look at Benz Biocidal Wash. We've noticed some confusion on the web surrounding the reasons we add IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) to this powerful and highly effective biocide. So we made this video so that you, our customers, have clear and accurate information about the soft wash chemical product you are using.


 

Click here if the video whetted your appetite and you want to read more in-depth information about Benz Biocidal Wash

 

We hope this post has been helpful and wish you great soft washing success,

Ben & Leo


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2 Responses

Leo
Leo

June 20, 2016

Hi Geir.

We are currently focusing on providing online training via instructional videos and textual articles.

At the moment there are no government guidelines as to what should be included in a practical soft washing training course. And there is no government body overseeing such training. Therefore there is no soft wash training course in the UK and Ireland that has any goverment or legal standing and any certificate that such a course may issue would be worthless.

When we receive notification from the government as to what they want in a hands-on training we’ll put the course together asap and will issue government backed soft washing certification.

In the meantime you may like to have your men watch the videos on our YouTube channel (ask them to subscribe so they receive notifications of new videos as we publish them): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUx8UxFXUxeBCeQPup3rK2Q

You and they can ask us questions via our Facebook business page: https://www.facebook.com/benzsoftwash

And Facebook soft wash support group, where they will also learn from the sharing and questions by other members: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BENZsoftwash.support

Best wishes,

Leo

Geir Perry
Geir Perry

June 11, 2016

Do you have any training days please. Would be happy to know if 2 of my men could receive training. My mobile no is 07929548652.

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