Gutter Guard gutter cleaning chemical is designed its gutter cleaning chemicals to be cost-effective and highly efficient for removing black stripes on gutters.
Depending on the soil’s severity, Gutter Guard can be a touchless spray-on and rinse or, if necessary, require light agitation with a soft brush.
This Gutter Guard gutter cleaning chemical is super concentrated, which makes it attractive for shipping and cost-efficient. Dilute Gutter Guard two parts water to one part product, or up to three parts water to one part product.
To use, wet down the gutter with the ready-to-use solution, or apply a more concentrated solution using your pressure washer chemical injector, then rinse off with lower pressure. On heavily soiled areas, light brushing with a soft brush may be necessary.
Why Are There Black Stripes On My Gutters?
Black streaks on gutters are a common problem for homeowners. Dirt, pollutants, and environmental debris accumulate on the surface of gutters, creating unsightly black streaks that can damage your gutter system over time.
Raindrops leave airborne pollutants on the aluminum gutters, which bond with the surfaces through electrostatic attraction, causing fine particulate matter to embed on the gutters. You cannot powerwash black streaks off of your gutters.
Water runoff overflowing to the side of the gutters carries asphalt from the roof shingles, which chemically bonds with the aluminum gutters and results in tiger or zebra stripes.
Handle and use the Gutter Guard gutter cleaning chemical with caution and do not use it on polished or anodized aluminum.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Gutter Guard Gutter Cleaner is super concentrated. That translates to attractive product for shipping and cost. Dilute it with 2 parts water to 1 part product and up to 3 parts water to 1 part product.
Do not use on polished or anodized aluminum. Handle and use with caution. Protect or wet down adjacent painted areas as well as plants.
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