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Office Panels

May 14 2012 at 11:49 AM
Steve Borcherdt  

Just cleaned twenty office panels for a municipality. I bought a Makita DA3010F angle drill, attached a FPP to the drill driver adapter. I sprayed down the panels with DS2 and Punch from a pump up sprayer. I wet down one side of four panels then cleaned them with the drill. It was ridiculously fast and the whole job took just over an hour. Ten bucks a side.

I am not sure I would have been able to get that price for the strip washer method.

When the panels were dry--10 minutes. all parties were pleased and very complimentary.

So, pleased, in fact, that there is much more to come. I will keep you posted.

Thanks to Excellent Supply for great customer service to get the right drill motor.


Re: Office Panels

May 14 2012, 3:00 PM 

I use a microfiber wash mitt. Same deal very quick people love the results

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