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    Dragon juice

    Has anyone used dragon juice for a roof wash? If so what are the mixtures and how does it compare to roof snot?


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    Im pretty sure its in the degreaser family so i would not use it for roof cleaning.

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    Dragon juice and Roof snot are not comparable products. Dragon juice is used as a multi-purpose degreaser and is a much higher cost product, really serves no purpose for roofs. Roof snot is a surfactant used to "bite" your SH onto the shingles and is very reasonably priced. Great additive to SH for roof cleaning.
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    I'd bet he meant Dragon Grip,..which is a surfactant. And you could use it as a roof surfactant.

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    On their website it has it listed for roof mix as well which I found strange b


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    Bira i have used it on roofs before the surfactant in the dragon juice is very good it works great.The other roofs surfactants will get the job done as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloman View Post
    Bira i have used it on roofs before the surfactant in the dragon juice is very good it works great.The other roofs surfactants will get the job done as well.
    Thank you. Is a regular surfactant better than DJ


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    GAIN is also a great surfactant to use and very cost effective. Smells great too!
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    I thought something like cling on that BoB sells was better for roofs.I used dj when the supply got low of the other surfactant,roof came out great though.
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    Have used Dragon Juice on many a roof....works great...we mix it 5:1 and run it through our proportioner and works great. Really sticks good when you want or need that and also seems to really help in the cleaning. We generally only use it on roofs with a steep pitch. One thing you do not want to do is mix DJ with other soaps. We still use Roof Snot too and love it.

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    Why would you use a degreaser on a roof?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael DeRose View Post
    Why would you use a degreaser on a roof?
    I normally wouldn't but I've seen and heard a lot of people use DJ as a surfactant and it seems to work I guess.


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    I would not suggest it be used on an asphalt roof.

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    What kind of roof?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CL Scott View Post
    What kind of roof?
    Down here we have a lot of barrel tile


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    Have you tried sh? (10 or 12.5)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CL Scott View Post
    Have you tried sh? (10 or 12.5)

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    Yes that's what I use with roof snot


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    So why bother if it's working?

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    12.5 and H2O is ALL that is really needed for cleaning roofs.Anything else is a personal opinion/option.
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