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    the center i work at has some very dirty gutters and gutter capping i have multiple things stripper solution simple green and other things with poor to no results just curious if anyone can give me an idea of some to try.

  • #2
    If they are plastic/pvc, best results for me have been: dust mop then hot water mop. That's it. I found that using soap in the water left streaks or residue marks on the gutters/capping. Spot cleaning with soapy water is fine, but to do general front to back clean, hot water only on the mop. I dust mop first to get the extra layer of dust/dirt out of the way.


    • #3
      Try a spot clean with a water based cleaner like Castrol Superclean. If that won't take if off your in trouble. If it works mix it into a pail of very hot water and scrub like mad. May help having a guy follow with a clean dry rag tied to a gutter mop. Change water every 4 lanes. I agree with Loadtoad. If gutters are kept up hot water is all that you need.


      • #4
        Make sure your lane machine isn't spraying cleaner into the gutters. Cleaner overspray is best cleaned with hot water, but it's not easy to remove.


        • #5
          okay thank you everyone


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