30 Second Outdoor Cleaner
I know the weatherman says we are already behind in rain for the year, but you couldn’t tell it by looking at the front of my house. Let me clear up that statement. A couple of month ago I noticed a small area in the front of my house that had a light green cast on the stucco. I ignored it. Then right before Christmas with all my family walking in the front door, I noticed that light stain had turned darker and a new green spot had appeared. My family is very polite. But when my sweet neighbor commented on the spots, I knew it was time to get rid of the mildew stains on my house.
Using 30 Seconds Outdoor Cleaner you can clean stains from mildew and algae by just spraying on and hosing off with water. Don’t use a pressure washer or bleach which are both hard on painted surfaces. Start with a dry surface, and spray the stain directly and let it work. No scrubbing required. Then with your garden hose, rinse the area with clear water. You can clean wood decks, concrete, brick, canvas, plastic outdoor furniture, and vinyl siding. It is safe to use around your plants because you flood the area with water when rinsing. Are you getting ready to paint? Prep the surface with 30 Seconds Outdoor Cleaner and start your paint job off with a clean slate. Do you have plastic outdoor furniture that was covered up and when you uncovered them they were not white anymore? White vinyl fencing that is green with algae will be bright white again after using 30 Seconds to clean with.
Just remember …start with a dry surface, it cleans faster that way. If your stains are heavy, you might have to clean twice. But never scrub!
Now to the email…..
Questions: Can one use One Flush on RV’s? We are not full-timers, but there is always a strong gaseous smell when we hook up after RV has been stored. We always run the flush pump after draining the black tank, the gray and then the galley tank. Then we put in a cleaner in the toilet and flush with two gallons of water. When we connect the sewer hose there is just an unpleasant odor . Any advice if this product would help better than the brands made for RVs.
Answer: This is a great question! I called ProLab to get the answer. They suggested one packet when you store and then another packet when you start traveling again. I have to tell you I have never answered this question so I called Pro-Lab and talked with them. On the back of the packaging it specifically mentions RV’s plus a bunch of other applications. Hope this helps your next trip be a little more pleasant. You can contact Pro-Labs at 954-384-4446.
Question: I have some tiny cracks across the doorways of the inside of the house. I am going to have the house painted but I want to fix these little cracks first. What is the process to fix these? Is it something that I can do myself? I want it to look good.
Answer: This is an easy job. Just tell me you are cool with being on a ladder. If the cracks are just hair line there is no need to fill them. But if they are more than that, fill with spackling. Let the spackling dry. I like to use Dry Dex, spackling because it goes on pink and when it’s dry, it turns white. Sand the spackling smooth. This is the time to sand because you can’t sand Good Bye Cracks. Once the wall is smooth, remove all the dust with a damp sponge. Then you are ready to spray with Good Bye Cracks. Use light coats. Good Bye will coat the crack with a flexible rubber coating. That way when the crack flexes again, it won’t tear like a paper patch. Using Good Bye cracks keeps you from having to repair the same crack over and over again. You can use Good Bye Crack on wood, plaster and drywall. After the crack is repaired, you can paint.