April 21, 2020
We're sorry but due to the lockdown we were unable to create another softwash how-to video this week. So we've put together this info that you will find helpful when life gets back to normality and we can all resume running our softwash businesses.
A number of customers have asked about adding surfactants to our softwash biocides. So we thought to share the info with everyone.
Quick tip: There are over 2000 surfactants on the market and it is critical for the performance and stability of a softwash biocide that only the correct ones are used. To give you an example, it took us and two industrial chemists over a year and countless trials to find the surfactant that you enjoy today in Tornado Cleanze.
So, fortunately for Benz customers, we've made applying softwash biocides as easy as it can get. There's no messy and time-consuming mixing of active chemicals, surfactants and scent.
Just mix our ready-to-use products with water to get the dilution ratio you want for your softwash contract and brush and/or spray away. Life is simple with Benz!
We hope this info is helpful.
Our very best wishes for your health and that of your loved ones during this challenging time,
Ben, Leo & Fiona
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September 15, 2021
Many soft wash contractors can be unsure of the safest way to soft wash asbestos roofs. So in this post we lay out the best practices we've learned from running a soft washing business since 2013.
Click the link on this page to learn how to treat asbestos ...
September 08, 2021
Ben demonstrates how to scrape moss and lichen from natural slate roof tiles and treat the biofilm to kill all the growths on this natural slate roof.
Click the link on this page to watch the how-to video ...
September 02, 2021 2 Comments
When soft washing it's vitally important to protect surrounding building materials. e.g. lead flashing. And not to create "clean streaks" – from overspray and run-off – on surfaces that are not part of your contract.
Click the link on this page to watch how we achieve this when soft washing a chimney ...
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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