June 18, 2019 2 Comments
You may notice a new Benz product on our website: Benz Perma Cleanze
So we thought to let you know what this new product is and why we have introduced it.
Quite simply, it's a DIY version of Benz Bio Cleanze that we are allowed to sell to the general public. (you probably already know that sales of the more concentrated Bio Cleanze are legally restricted to professional cleaning contractors)
So for most trade work you'll probably want to continue using Bio Cleanze.
However ... if you get a contract to clean the car parks and paths around, for example, a large office complex, you may find that the management want only the very safest products to be brought onto site.
In this case you could offer to treat with Perma Cleanze as the long-term solution to keeping their property permanently clean.
Management will also be re-assured to know that, as with our other Benz softwash products, Perma Cleanze has been fully approved by the UK and Irish governments.
Quick tip: The DDAC % of Perma Cleanze is about 5%, which compares to the 50% DDAC in Bio Cleanze – and which means it is much safer to have on site.
We hope this clarifies the situation.
Ben, Leo & Fiona
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July 21, 2021
We use pencil jets in our brushes because we've found they don't clog or break as much as fan jets.
In the case of the Gardiner 45cm brush we use four of them. We turn the pump down so the flow rate is acceptable and does not produce much run-off.
Flow control at the pole is still critical however. Click the link on this page to learn about the solution we've found to be so successful ...
July 15, 2021
July 10, 2021
Some customers have wondered why we add IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) to Benz Bio Cleanze. So we thought we'd clear this up and clarify the situation once and for all.
Click the link on this page to read the full Trade Tips post ...
It's a free resource for people wanting to learn about the soft washing industry, to expand an existing business, or build a new business.
Soft washing reduces, or even eliminates, the need to use high-pressure washing.
Instead, once the build up of algae, lichen, fungus, moss and mould – the root causes of properties looking "dirty" – has been treated, the natural "self-cleansing" of sun, rain and wind removes the surface residue through time.
By educating the cleaning trade and public about soft washing we are helping develop an industry that offers sustainable treatments to clean and maintain exterior hard surfaces.
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The free guide shows you – step by step – how to easily, quickly, and accurately create softwash business quotes.
This saves you time, is a highly professional approach, and increases your chances of winning new contracts.