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    how might one clear screens without a pressure washer? chemicals don't seem to do the trick. has anybody had luck using a garden hose with a spray attachment?

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    i've done the thumb on the hose pressure washing method many times. works fine for me. i also use the spray attachment next to my kitchen faucet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swineandbovine
    how might one clear screens without a pressure washer? chemicals don't seem to do the trick. has anybody had luck using a garden hose with a spray attachment?
    i guess i should have been more specific, i need to clear dried photo emultion. thanks.

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    take it to your local do it yourself car wash and wash it out with the pressure washer there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_tuffy
    take it to your local do it yourself car wash and wash it out with the pressure washer there.
    yup... having some emulsion stripper helps too

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    Quote Originally Posted by lil_tuffy
    take it to your local do it yourself car wash and wash it out with the pressure washer there.
    this is what i do. crap comes right off.

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    Buy a pressure washer.


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    They're cheap at home depot
    "I guarantee, the image will not be fade off and you will be pleasure it too. " - a bootlegger
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    you can find them sometimes for as cheap as $75-$80 at places like Lowe's or Home Depot.

    Man, I sure don't miss carting all of my shit back and forth to the local car wash... did the trick, but it was a pain in the ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b_turner
    Man, I sure don't miss carting all of my shit back and forth to the local car wash... did the trick, but it was a pain in the ass.
    I concur. Try having a two-door and living up a flight of stairs. A looong flight of stairs. And then, after that, is the ceremonial scrubbing of the tub. I have deposits of Comet and citrus cleaner in the bottoms of my lungs.

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