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Mixing SoftWash Systems™ Products For One Batch Method

Commonly referred to as mixology, the proper process of mixing cleaning solutions is important to set up in your cleaning company. Incorrect mixing of chemicals and even the order of the chemicals being added to the cleaning solution tank can result in injury. There are several techniques and protocols you will need to teach your employees when mixing any cleaning solution. In all of these mixing examples the user absolutely needs to add water to the mixing tank first!

Examples given in one tank / one batch method and will have measurements for both liquid bleach (sodium hypochlorite) or powdered bleach (calcium hypochlorite). Choose either / or of one of the mentioned bleach compounds for the first four examples. At the end of the sheet we discuss Augmenting. Use both sodium hypochlorite and calcium hypochlorite for Augmenting.

**All surfaces should be tested in a inconspicuous place before cleaning, to make sure chemicals will not harm surface**
 
1% Bleach, Cleaning Solution

For use in cleaning these surfaces, painted surfaces, delicate surfaces, siding both wood or vinyl, screen enclosures, wood fences and decks, soffits, eaves, fascia strip, vinyl fences, and all other lightly stained surfaces.

Add Water To The Tank First. (100 gallon tank example)

Water 89 Gallons
**Liquid Bleach (SH 10%) 10 Gallons
**Powder Bleach (CH 65%) 100 Dry US Ounces
Green Wash 128 Liquid US Ounces
  Completed 100 Gallon Cleaning Solution

**Use One Bleaching Compound Not Both.

2% Bleach, Cleaning Solution

For use in cleaning these surfaces, durable painted surfaces, heavily stained siding both wood or vinyl, heavily stained screen enclosures, Stucco, brick, wood fences and decks, dryvit, metal and flat membrane roofs, cedar shake roofs and all other durable surfaces.

Add Water To The Tank First. (100 gallon tank example)

Water 79 Gallons
**Liquid Bleach (SH 10%) 20 Gallons
**Powder Bleach (CH 65%) 200 Dry US Ounces
Green Wash 128 Liquid US Ounces
  Completed 100 Gallon Cleaning Solution

**Use One Bleaching Compound Not Both.

3% Bleach, Cleaning Solution

For use in cleaning these surfaces, heavily stained colorfast exterior surfaces that are tolerant to chemicals and bleach, brick, stucco, stone, urethane molded architectural decorative moldings, shingle roofs, glazed tile roofs, paver stones, driveways and pool decks.

Add Water To The Tank First. (100 gallon tank example)

Water 69 Gallons
**Liquid Bleach (SH 10%) 30 Gallons
**Powder Bleach (CH 65%) 300 Dry US Ounces
Green Wash 128 Liquid US Ounces
  Completed 100 Gallon Cleaning Solution

**Use One Bleaching Compound Not Both.

4% Bleach, Cleaning Solution

For use in cleaning these surfaces, hardy, indestructible surfaces like, shingle roofs, non-glazed color through tile roofs and non-colored / painted or stained concrete.

Add Water To The Tank First. (100 gallon tank example)

Water 59 Gallons
**Liquid Bleach (SH 10%) 40 Gallons
**Powder Bleach (CH 65%) 400 Dry US Ounces
Green Wash 128 Liquid US Ounces
  Completed 100 Gallon Cleaning Solution

**Use One Bleaching Compound Not Both.


The New SoftWash Systems Augmenting Method

Traditional 50 / 50, 12% Bleach and Water Mix

This is the traditional roof cleaning mix that many roof cleaning companies use on shingle roofs. It is wasteful and contains huge amounts of salt which is poison to plants.

Add Water To The Tank First. (100 gallon tank example)

Water 50 Gallons
**Liquid Bleach (SH 10%) 50 Gallons
   
Contractors Surfactant 128 Liquid US Ounces
  Completed 100 Gallon Cleaning Solution

Augmenting Method for 3% Roof Cleaning Solution

This mix ratio will clean as effeciently as the traditional mix above but with far less liquid bleach and far less salt. Less salt means less plant damages. The net bleach savings per 100 gallon mix can be up to $70.00. See SoftWash Systems Chemical Mixology Training Module for a one hour educational presentation on mixing soft washing chemicals and saving time and money on soft washing jobs.

Add Water To The Tank First. (100 gallon tank example)

Water 70 Gallons
**Liquid Bleach (SH 10%) 20 Gallons
**Powder Bleach (CH 65%) 100 Dry US Ounces
Green Wash 128 Liquid US Ounces
  Completed 100 Gallon Cleaning Solution

**Use both liquid and powder bleach in this example.


 

Here is the Bleach Powder Conversion Chart.

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