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Over the years, we've used Wet & Forget on the siding at Steph's house. We've used a variety of applications methods with varying success. In this video, we try another method that we think is the best, most efficient way to apply Wet & Forget. Check out what we used and the results six months later.
We're using a Milwaukee battery powered tank sprayer. It's a backpack sprayer but we're using it on a wheeled cart because it is too heavy for us to wear. We mixed the Wet & Forget outdoor concentrate with water. The tank holds four gallons. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions to get the water to Wet & Forget ratio correct.
What can we say, we are fans of Wet & Forget because we've seen how it works. This cleaning method is not for everyone as you have to be patient and wait for it to work. I'm sure there is some fancy scientific explanation for how and why it works, but all we need to know is it works!
By the way, we do like this Milwaukee spray tank application method the best. The last time we tried Wet & Forget on the siding was with the outdoor concentrate that attaches to a hose. In our opinion, that method did not work as well. It didn't seem to clean the surface well over time or keep it clean.
We're finding that if we apply every six months, the Wet & Forget outdoor does a great job on the siding, sidewalks and other surfaces.
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don't claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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