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Old 06-05-2011, 09:43 PM   #1
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Which specific Spic-n-Span???

Getting tired of paying for expensive EDPM roof cleaners.

Willing to try Spic-N-Span this year.

Which specific Spray bottle do I use? re: Green, orange or yellow bottle????

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Or... Do I buy the Spic-n-Span powder and make my own liquid? If so, what ratio is recommended for 2006 TT roofs?

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Old 06-05-2011, 10:17 PM   #2
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I always use the powder and mix it myself.
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I always use the powder and mix it myself.
But what ratio of powder to water?
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I can only find the liquid. Where do you buy the powder?
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Old 06-06-2011, 09:12 AM   #5
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I always use the powder and mix it myself.
I do the same. I also have a small plastic shaker for the powder that came with a container of Spic 'n Span purchased years ago. I use to that to sprinkle on tough spots that require extra scrubbing.

I have never had a problem finding Spic 'n Span powder. However, a box of Spic 'n Span lasts a long time and I haven't purchased any for awhile. I'll have to look for it the next time a shopping trip is made and see if it's still available.
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I just throw a handfull in a 4 quart pail and fill with water. I buy mine at the Dollar Store
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How much is it at the dollar store ?
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How much is it at the dollar store ?
A buck 2 eighty.....
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LOL, when I was three years old, my uncle used to tell me he was going to sell my down the river for a buck two eighty.... hard to believe I was only worth a box of Spic-n-Span...
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LOL, when I was three years old, my uncle used to tell me he was going to sell my down the river for a buck two eighty.... hard to believe I was only worth a box of Spic-n-Span...
The chemicals in the human body are only worth $0.83 so maybe he was over valuing you?!!!
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