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Wash 'N Roll! - Concentrated No-Streak Wash for Roll Doors
One step streak-free roll-up door wash with no water rinse. Removes dirt, grime and pollution which can prematurely weather your door's finish.
- Easy to Use - one step streak free wash with no water rinse. Just add to water and use your sprayer of choice to apply.
- Economical - 1 gallon of concentrate makes up to 32 gallons of solution!*
- Low Water Use - clean a door with as little as 32oz of water when mixed with Wash ‘N Roll*
- Minimal Equipment - use your own carts and buckets, a soft RV brush* and a handheld power cleaner.
- Benefits - may include extended life for your door coating by removing grit and pollutants that can accelerate the weathering of your door’s surface.
- Wash and rinse solution removes typical levels of dirt in minutes.
- No need to dry - it dries streak free on door
- Easy to apply with lightweight portable power wands available at most hardware stores.
- Uses as little of 32oz of water per door!
- Economical - 1 gallon of concentrate makes enough dilute solution for up to 80 doors!
|Wash'N Roll/Gallon||Typical Usage|
|4oz/Gallon||One pass rinse for well maintained doors|
|8oz/Gallon||Rinse for doors with typical layers of dirt.|
|16oz/Gallon||Wash and rinse for dirtier doors with use of a soft RV brush between wash and rinse to loosen dirt.|
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I Clean My Roll-Up Doors?
While UV radiation is the major cause of fading and chalking paint, the ‘dirt’ on your door is actually composed of things like abrasive grits, salts, chemical pollutants and organic materials which can all contribute to a premature weathering of your door.
- Grit particles can create surface dulling micro abrasions as the doors are raised and lowered. This may also make your door’s coating more porous allowing further penetration.
- Salts on the door are corrosive and will degrade paint over time. They also tend to expand and contract with moisture in the air which may further stress the door’s coatings.
- Pollutants on the door’s surface may degrade the coating chemically. They may also get ‘baked’ into the paint by the sun resulting in a rough surface. In many cases this cannot be removed -certainly not without damaging the coating - and must be stripped or painted over.
This is happening to your door now - even if you can’t see it! The net effect is that over time a dirty door’s surface will breakdown much faster than one that is regularly maintained.
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