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1 Gal. Revolutionary Roof Cleaner Concentrate
  • Spray & Forget
  • Model SFRCG04
  • Internet #312634180
  • Store SO SKU #1004486264

1 Gal. Revolutionary Roof Cleaner Concentrate

$ 39 74 (limit 10 per order)
Discontinued Model:

Internet #309655334

Model # SFRCG04T

0095756000022

Spray & Forget Discontinued

1 gal. Revolutionary Roof Cleaner Concentrate

  • Remove green & black roof stains caused by algae, mold & mildew
  • Concentrated formula, 1 Gal. makes up to 10 Gal.
  • Use on asphalt, wood, slate and clay/tile shingles

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Product Overview

  • Remove green & black roof stains caused by algae, mold & mildew
  • Concentrated formula, 1 Gal. makes up to 10 Gal.
  • Use on asphalt, wood, slate and clay/tile shingles
Remove green and black stains caused by algae, mold and mildew using Spray and Forget Revolutionary Roof Cleaner Concentrate. This concentrated formula makes up to 10 Gal., providing coverage for 1000 sq. ft. to 2000 sq. ft. No rinsing is required, saving valuable time, and it continues to prevent stains with subsequent rainfall. Use it on asphalt shingles, wood shingles, slate shingles and clay/tile shingles.
  • Removes stains caused by algae, mold and mildew
  • Cleans up to 1000 sq. ft. to 2000 sq. ft.
  • No rinsing required - let mother nature do the rinsing for you
  • Keeps cleaning long after application
  • Can be used for preventative maintenance
  • Economical - makes up to 10 Gal.
  • For use on multiple roof types including asphalt, wood, slate and clay/tile
  • Spray and Forget - it's that easy

Product Overview

  • Remove green & black roof stains caused by algae, mold & mildew
  • Concentrated formula, 1 Gal. makes up to 10 Gal.
  • Use on asphalt, wood, slate and clay/tile shingles
Model #: SFRCG04T
Internet #: 309655334

Remove green and black stains caused by algae, mold and mildew using Spray and Forget Revolutionary Roof Cleaner Concentrate. This concentrated formula makes up to 10 Gal., providing coverage for 1000 sq. ft. to 2000 sq. ft. No rinsing is required, saving valuable time, and it continues to prevent stains with subsequent rainfall. Use it on asphalt shingles, wood shingles, slate shingles and clay/tile shingles.

  • Removes stains caused by algae, mold and mildew
  • Cleans up to 1000 sq. ft. to 2000 sq. ft.
  • No rinsing required - let mother nature do the rinsing for you
  • Keeps cleaning long after application
  • Can be used for preventative maintenance
  • Economical - makes up to 10 Gal.
  • For use on multiple roof types including asphalt, wood, slate and clay/tile
  • Spray and Forget - it's that easy

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Size
1 GA-Gallon

Details

Features
Concentrated,No-Rinse
Flammable
No
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Odorless
No
Pack Size
1
Product Form
Liquid
Recommended Surfaces
Concrete,Metal,Stone,Tile,Vinyl,Wood
Returnable
180-Day
Rinse required
No
Scent
no scent

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
no

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Size
1 GA-Gallon

Details

Features
Concentrated,No-Rinse
Flammable
No
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Odorless
No
Pack Size
1
Product Form
Liquid
Recommended Surfaces
Concrete,Metal,Stone,Tile,Vinyl,Wood
Returnable
180-Day
Rinse required
No
Scent
no scent

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
no

Questions & Answers

Can you refill the bottle also, how far will the stream go? I have a steep pitched roof and would...

Can you refill the bottle also, how far will the stream go? I have a steep pitched roof and would like to spray it from a ladder.
Asked by: Brian
I actually bought the 32 oz "House & Deck Cleaner..." with garden hose sprayer nozzle, 32 oz for $19. I bought just one of these small sized bottles as a test of its cleaning ability for my cement tile roof. Since I intended to use it on the roof, I suppose I should have considered the formulation that is advertised for roof cleaning, but I'm not sure whether there is truly a formula difference. Two months ago I sprayed a portion of that bottle over a large swath of one side of the roof. As folks indicated, while standing high on a ladder extended a couple feet above the roof line, it sprayed about 15-20 feet and got near the top of the slope, but not quite all the way. (My water pressure is about 80-90 psi). Still, as far as reach and simplicity goes, using this method is so very fast, compared with using a hand pump garden sprayer and walking the entire roof - which is a very slow process. With the Spray/Forget sprayer it took me about 30 seconds to cover the test area it could reach from the ladder, so I hit an area about 20x20 feet for the test. Even if it only sprayed 10 feet I could climb the roof and do the top half of it from there, and finish from the ladder. Or just do the whole thing from the roof in about an hour or less. That was two months ago and after that time I now see that section has about 50%-60% less of the blackish mold/yuk that is present right next to it on the rest of the roof that I did not treat. To finish the experiment I have to wait another 4-6 months without re-treating that area, so I hope to write again some day :-) I did go back and treat the rest of the roof the other day, so that part too will take some time for results. Obviously, buying the 5 gallon "Revolutionary Exterior Surface Roof Cleaner Concentrate" would save a ton of money if you could refill the 32 oz spray bottle and hope for results at least as good as I'm getting in my ongoing experiment. That 5 gallon jug is $150 and 640 ounces so would require 20 32 oz bottles at $19 each, or $380. As others have noted the S&F folks discourage refilling, at least from the 1 gallon concentrate jug (see https://www.sprayandforget.com/faq/), wherein they indicate the formulation would be different. Still, they advertise that you can dilute the 1 gallon formulation of "Roof Cleaner Concentrate" with water at 10:1 - to make 10 gallons from the 1 gallon jug. Then that product goes on to recommend the slow process of using a pump sprayer - yuk. Rejecting that method, I decided to carefully measure the dilution rate of the original 32 oz "House & Deck Cleaner..." and I came up with 10:1 !! (Making marks on the bottle at every 4oz, I sprayed into a bucket and when I used 4 ounces I had 39 ounces in the bucket). So I now know that I can at least save half the cost by getting the 1 gallon Roof Cleaner jug and dispensing with the original bottle. That leaves the question of whether the 5 gallon product could be used similarly, to get the extra $50 savings on 5 gallons. Assuming the formulation of the 1 gal is the same as the 5 gal, I'm going to try it. By the way, to remove the entire nozzle assembly from the original spray bottle, you'll see there are some notched jaws in two places at the bottom of the cap, these lock the nozzle onto the bottle to prevent unscrewing (similar to many gas cans). The assembly unscrews easily if you take a pair of pliers (channel locks best) and squeeze where the locking notches do not exist, thereby expanding the plastic sides past the locking jaws, then unscrew normally - counterclockwise. Fun. This product is so dramatically easier to use and cover the roof - when dispensing with the sprayer - that I think it's worth the effort of giving the refill process a shot. Formerly I used to fill a garden sprayer with 12% pool chlorine and walk the entire roof, usually while wearing a chlorine approved OV/AG/P100 respirator. The advantage of the chlorine is that it gives immediate results, and if I was careful I could almost completely eliminate all overspray and runoff. Still, I always sprayed water on surrounding shrubs before and after using chlorine. I was slightly disappointed to read that the Spray/Forget also suggests spraying shrubs before and after dispensing product - even though I thought I read that it's plant friendly or some such. Oh well. There is runoff into the gutters when using the sprayer, that seems unavoidable. I also think it helps to do it in the early morning when the roof is cool, as recommended, allowing time for the solution to soak for as long as possible without evaporating. And of course they also recommend picking a day when rain is not forecast for at least 12-24 hours (i.e. no rinse). Once I get the main and nastiest stains and mold under control, I imagine re-treating the roof once per year (or less?), perhaps with 1-2 hours total effort each time, versus the 8 hour plus ordeal of walking the roof with the pump sprayer. Or a multi-day effort as the roof starts to heat up. Or pressure washing for that matter, which in my opinion is the worst remedy as it's a still bigger job, more costly overall, risks damage to the roof components, and it doesn't last like the S&F no-rinse chemicals that do seem to continue to clean. For those not inclined to walk the roof at all, get a handyperson to walk the roof once per year with the S&F stuff while you spray the shrubs with a different hose. If your roof is cement tiles, just find someone trustworthy who knows how to walk the roof without cracking tiles. Youtube can help with that, walking slowly where field tiles overlap, staying away from edges and the backs that do not overlap, staying off valley tiles that do not overlap, and never stepping on tiles that are cemented in place such as along ridges and valleys. Bottom line, it works, and for me time will tell just how well and how long it lasts. Maybe I'll also see if I can extend the siphon tube of the sprayer and drop it into a larger jug so I don't have to refill the sprayer bottle as often. Good luck all!
Answered by: JET
Date published: 2020-03-22

how to open 5 gal container?

how to open 5 gal container?
Asked by: luke
I have a very large pair of channel lock pliers that easily grab the whole cap on the container. Had no problem getting it off.
Answered by: Tim
Date published: 2020-02-13

Can you run this product threw a XJET/ Pressure Washer ???

Can you run this product threw a XJET/ Pressure Washer ???
Asked by: JIMSWIM
Yes but my siphon ratio is 10 to 1 Ok for maintenance dose but I like a little stronger
Answered by: Vernon
Date published: 2020-01-01

The Ratio of 5 parts water to 1 gallon of spray & forget, Does this mean 1 cup and 1/2 of water t...

The Ratio of 5 parts water to 1 gallon of spray & forget, Does this mean 1 cup and 1/2 of water to 1 gallon of spray and forget. Is this the right calculation?
Asked by: Leonard
For the 5:1 mixture, I used a two gallon sprayer. 3 cups of concentrate to 15 cups of water or 24 ounces of concentrate to a gallon of water would be close enough to the 5:1 ration suggested.
Answered by: Ourhandyman
Date published: 2019-12-29
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