New Softwash Proportioner

taselton2

Softwashing Instructor/Moderator
Unfortunately when you use all the best components it really adds up. I spend my money on things that are dependable and that make me money. I usually build all of my equipment custom because I want it built right and I want it to last. I find the most compatible components and build them to do exactly what I need. Sometimes I can build it for a reasonable price, sometimes the right components just cost more.
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
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814jeffw

Active member
I like the idea, but just don't think at this point I'm gonna spring for it. Only thing I would use it for would be for roof "mixing" anyhow. But really, having the mix tank isn't that bad,Ha,Ha.
Will also wait and see a general consensus from guys using them in the field,..maybe in a couple years I will look back into it.

Jeff
 

taselton2

Softwashing Instructor/Moderator
I haven't made a mix since May of 2012, I would love to know how much time I have saved. Not only the time, but the way some guys mix it is a lot safer...
 

taselton2

Softwashing Instructor/Moderator
A pretty cool trick we use with the booster for extra high peaks is to switch to house water and it will boost psi and sling it a extra 6-8' vertically. This may have been mentioned before, not sure... This was always a issue with the 12v on taller houses, besides not being able to rinse well.
 

taselton2

Softwashing Instructor/Moderator
Thats pretty. Anyone have a picture of the guts? I've always been the kid that takes things apart just to see if I could put it back together properly.


Halston Barney
Pristine Power Cleaning
www.GetPristine.com
Kerrville, Tx 78028

Me too buddy, that got me a bunch of spankings as a kid.... I learned a lot from taking all of my toys apart though.
 

taselton2

Softwashing Instructor/Moderator
Patents aren't cheap, but I thought it would be necessary. Thanks Guy, nice meeting you in Charleston.
 
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