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Old 02-13-2020, 09:18 PM
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I had a call (at my house) asking about Sno-Cap and stating that they would send a PM, it was apparent that I should not call back on the work number.

No contact after several dyas, so here is what I think they wanted:
Sno-Cap, available for ACE Hardware (probably others but I have not checked). This is a Powder, you mix with water, and using a garden sprayer spray of the irrigation water discolored areas. Let set for several minutes, and wash off. You can probably use a hose, I use my pressure sprayer. The stuff works really well, I have never needed a second application. I use this on the stucco, side walks, and pavers.
Hope this helps.
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I had a call (at my house) asking about Sno-Cap and stating that they would send a PM, it was apparent that I should not call back on the work number.

No contact after several dyas, so here is what I think they wanted:
Sno-Cap, available for ACE Hardware (probably others but I have not checked). This is a Powder, you mix with water, and using a garden sprayer spray of the irrigation water discolored areas. Let set for several minutes, and wash off. You can probably use a hose, I use my pressure sprayer. The stuff works really well, I have never needed a second application. I use this on the stucco, side walks, and pavers.
Hope this helps.
Great stuff and if you want to clean your black stained concrete driveway and the curbing in the street
Back to all most new spray let set and pressure wash
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I'm assuming you're referring to Snowcap Rust remover products? Iron Out does the exact same thing. Amazon, Home Depot, Lowe's, Walmart, etc.

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Used both Sno-Cap by far
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