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Charlie was telling me that he ran into a painter the cleans cedar shake on homes with Peroxide. I drove by the house and it looked really good. Is this the stuff he could have used. The painter said he cleans roofs with it also.

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Sodiun percarbonate.

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Hank +1
Percarb releases oxygen the same basic way but I assume cheaper

Wonder how much and is it diluted and at what ratio

Orange oil may glaze slate

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prices I've found is $200 5gal  concentrate 400 30gal 32%


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I'm pretty sure Charlie said Peroxide , We will have to wait for him to stop in

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Sodium Percarbonate and peroxide are essentially the same thing. One's powder and one's liquid.

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Jeff Wible wrote:

Sodium Percarbonate and peroxide are essentially the same thing. One's powder and one's liquid.

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    Thanks Jeff, The guy must have been using the Liquid



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Did I win anything for having the right answer? Im easy. Just some hot dogs from Hank's Franks/Dirt Water Dogs.

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Great minds think alike!

And simple minds too I guess!

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yes he said peroxide then he rinses it



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I've used the powdered sodium per carbonate. Not impressed.

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Eric,.it works great when used for things it works on. And that isn't much in our World,..But,.it is a great safe cleaner for an unstained deck. I don't use it much,..I prefer Sodium Hydroxide at the proper percentage,.works the same as Sodium Percarbonate and is easier to mix.

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Jeff hydroxide is a degreaser, you haven't found it to lift out some of the oils in asphalt?
I thought others have

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Maverick,..I don't use it on asphalt roofs. I use it on decks,,.like I mentioned in my response to Eric. No,,..no NAOH on asphalt roofs.

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Hydrogen peroxide is the active 'by-product' of sodium percarbonate. It's what makes the sodium percarbonate work.

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Hydrogen peroxide is the active 'by-product' of sodium percarbonate. It's what makes the sodium percarbonate work.


                               Ted have you ever used it to clean Cedar Shake Siding?



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Jeff your right in the sense on decks it's what's used in most all deck strippers for old stain which is why it needs to be followed by a neutralizer aka brightner. Thanks for clarification.

As for what Ted said I found this pertaining to sodium percarbonate and hydrogen peroxide. ..

"Other names
sodium carbonate sesquiperhydrate, PCS, solid hydrogen peroxide, Sodium carbonate hydrogen peroxide, sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate"

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I have Art. As Jeff has stated, I too prefer NAOH. It's far more dangerous though, and requires a lot more precaution. There is a young pressure washer in my area that is blind in one eye from it (NAOH). Treat it as such - dangerous.

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Even a microscopic mist in the eye will make you wish you used more precaution. It feels like,.. what being poked in the eye with a needle must feel like.

Yes like Ted said,..use it with ALOT of discretion and and even more precaution.

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Another note:

Peroxide as a liquid is more expensive and also more unstable than powdered. And is why you don't see it used that often in our work. I had 15 gallons of 30% one time to experiment with,.I wasn't impressed with it as an alternative. Especially when it cost,.I think it was like $90.00 for that? Long time ago,.so I may be full of baloney.

Ended up giving the leftover to a buddy of mine who makes lamps from antlered deer skulls. Used it to whiten them and he said it worked REALLY good.

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The only time I use sodium hydroxide is when I need to get rid of a body.

Um maybe I said too much

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Jeff Wible wrote:

Even a microscopic mist in the eye will make you wish you used more precaution. It feels like,.. what being poked in the eye with a needle must feel like.

Yes like Ted said,..use it with ALOT of discretion and and even more precaution.

Jeff


 Having had 7 eye surgerlies and something like 30-50 needles in my eyes, I suppose all the numbing drops must have worked because I've got to say I've never felt even one of them. So, I'm going to go with getting a needle over HP in the eye. 



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Jeff Wible wrote:

Even a microscopic mist in the eye will make you wish you used more precaution. It feels like,.. what being poked in the eye with a needle must feel like.

Yes like Ted said,..use it with ALOT of discretion and and even more precaution.

Jeff


 Having had 7 eye surgerlies and something like 30-50 needles in my eyes, I suppose all the numbing drops must have worked because I've got to say I've never felt even one of them. So, I'm going to go with getting a needle over HP in the eye. 


 I assume by HP you mean Hydrogen Peroxide,..I will clarify.  I was talking about getting NAOH in the eye.  I tend to think people should just know what's in  my mind. Kinda' like,..read my thoughts,..and not what I type, Ha,Ha,.  

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Good reading lesson on the use of Hydrogen peroxide and sodium percarbonate

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