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Can an exterior "brickface" (NOT REAL BRICK / STONE)home be cleaned / power washed?

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Jul 21, 2012
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HOMEOWNER PRESSURE WASH
by: Charlie Cummins

Without seeing it?? Start this way. 1, Use a brush and dove soap. 2. Sure kleen, mix weak, mix strong. 3. Muratic Acid, mix weak, mix strong. If still not clean, put a power washer on it. Still not clean, paint it or tear it down, and hire someone who is not so messy. or learn how to do it yourself by going to brickcertification.com
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Jul 21, 2012
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HOMEOWNER PRESSURE WASH
by: Charlie Cummins

Without seeing it?? Start this way. 1, Use a brush and dove soap. 2. Sure kleen, mix weak, mix strong. 3. Muratic Acid, mix weak, mix strong. If still not clean, put a power washer on it. Still not clean, paint it or tear it down, and hire someone who is not so messy. or learn how to do it yourself by going to brickcertification.com
Thank you and good luck
Charlie Cummins

Jul 21, 2012
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HOMEOWNER PRESSURE WASH
by: Charlie Cummins

Without seeing it?? Start this way. 1, Use a brush and dove soap. 2. Sure kleen, mix weak, mix strong. 3. Muratic Acid, mix weak, mix strong. If still not clean, put a power washer on it. Still not clean, paint it or tear it down, and hire someone who is not so messy. or learn how to do it yourself by going to brickcertification.com
Thank you and good luck
Charlie Cummins

Jul 21, 2012
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HOMEOWNER PRESSURE WASH
by: Charlie Cummins

Without seeing it?? Start this way. 1, Use a brush and dove soap. 2. Sure kleen, mix weak, mix strong. 3. Muratic Acid, mix weak, mix strong. If still not clean, put a power washer on it. Still not clean, paint it or tear it down, and hire someone who is not so messy. or learn how to do it yourself by going to brickcertification.com
Thank you and good luck
Charlie Cummins

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Apr 11, 2012
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MASONRY CONTRACTOR
by: Anonymous

Yes but I would not use a pressure washer if the brick or not real, it could not knock them loose. You have to know how to use a pressure washer correctly to pressure wash real brick without damaging them. I would hand wash them with a brush then do not use any chemicals, use dawn dish washing detergent.

Apr 02, 2012
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Home Owner cleaning faux stone/ brick of Historic Home
by: Charlie Cummins

Hello Homeowner.
You can clean faux stone or brick with a power washer, if it is that dirty. A wash down brush / solvent and plenty of water may be adequate and less expensive. You can learn a lot and save money by going to brickcertification.com, and reading all the links.

Good Luck
Charlie Cummins

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