Getting Into Sidewalk Cleaning

HotShot_Anthony

Greaser of the Year
Here is my first job I just did the other day. It is a brand new gas station that just opened less than a week ago. I'm pretty proud of it, what do you think?

:jester:





Bahhahhha...hahhahhha

baahahhhhahha... Does anybody know what chemical I can use to get those lines off of there though? They are a little unsightly.
 

Tony Shelton

BS Detector, Esquire
I'll send "the barber" over to take a little off the top. We can just tell them exposed aggregate is the newest thing.
 

EcoClean

New member
Here is my first job I just did the other day. It is a brand new gas station that just opened less than a week ago. I'm pretty proud of it, what do you think?

:jester:





Bahhahhha...hahhahhha

baahahhhhahha... Does anybody know what chemical I can use to get those lines off of there though? They are a little unsightly.

There's a lot of picture stealers around - you should really put your logo or watermark to prevent somebody from passing that picture off as their own!

hahahaha
 

Thad

WCR Sales & Founder PWRA
I can't tell which is your before picture and which is your after picture, Micah.
Anyway, good job.
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
looks like you missed a piece of gum.

Here is my first job I just did the other day. It is a brand new gas station that just opened less than a week ago. I'm pretty proud of it, what do you think?

:jester:





Bahhahhha...hahhahhha

baahahhhhahha... Does anybody know what chemical I can use to get those lines off of there though? They are a little unsightly.
 

MHasterok

New member
Can you imagine submitting an invoice for that work ?

I think the only solution would be a concrete coating,
Actually, the only solution to solve those etching problems is to grind the concrete down quite a bit to expose all the aggregate, then stain each piece off aggregate rock a different color, then install 10 coats of a high gloss wet look sealer. It's the new "bling" that pm's & gm's are looking for.
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
Here is my first job I just did the other day. It is a brand new gas station that just opened less than a week ago. I'm pretty proud of it, what do you think?

:jester:





Bahhahhha...hahhahhha

baahahhhhahha... Does anybody know what chemical I can use to get those lines off of there though? They are a little unsightly.

I can make it look better, ant if your really wanting to know and not just SEO call me and I can explain. FREE

You wont need to hit my paypal first. I know the stuff the guy used besides a ZERO tip.

It will look 1000 times better when done.

I just got done fixing this type of mess from a guy right here on PWI.

The curb front tells the tail, are those windows permately etched also. That would be the real Damage.
 
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