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    Default Elemonator with roof snot

    Does anyone use elemonator with your roof snot to clean roofs?? If so how many oz or you using.

    Thanks guys!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate Falgoust View Post
    Does anyone use elemonator with your roof snot to clean roofs?? If so how many oz or you using.

    Thanks guys!!


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    Why would you do that? they are both soaps (surfactants)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Quaglia View Post
    Why would you do that? they are both soaps (surfactants)
    One is used for covering the smell, another is surfactant/foaming goodness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucas Glanc View Post
    One is used for covering the smell, another is surfactant/foaming goodness.

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    then get snotmenade

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    I like to be able to adjust scent/grip.

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    Is it ideal to get Snomendae or get them separately and mix them yourself?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo Hugasian View Post
    Is it ideal to get Snomendae or get them separately and mix them yourself?


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    To me thats an individual preference situation. There's certainly a benefit to only needing to carry one item instead iof two.

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    You're better off getting some Snotmenade. That's the same idea, it's just Snot with a lemon scent. Id think it would be pretty wasteful to double up on surfactants like that when one will suffice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Ambrogio View Post
    You're better off getting some Snotmenade. That's the same idea, it's just Snot with a lemon scent. Id think it would be pretty wasteful to double up on surfactants like that when one will suffice.
    Lemonade is a scent cover not a surfactant. Some get Roof Snot and Lemonade separately because they like the ability to go up or down on the amount of scent cover. Others like having them blended together for convenience.

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    Why not just use Snotmenade? Does pretty much what you're looking for all in one product.
    David Ambrogio
    Co-Founder, Tiger Wash | New Orleans, LA
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