Reduce or Eliminate Pressure Washing  With TiO2

Pressure Washing Every Year? Less than a penny a square foot you can eliminate the hassle.

With photo-catalytic coatings you can save your self thousands of dollars for pennies.

Roof and Driveway Mold and Stain Remover works on any rooftop, pavement, stucco or concrete.

How does it work? SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Oil Stain Remover is nano-engineered, and works in the world of particles that are one thousand times smaller than the human eye can see. SIMIX contains sub-nano and nano-particles that react with sunlight or artificial light and make hydrogen peroxide constantly to break down mold, algae, smog, tannin, oil stains and grime.

How is it applied? SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover comes in a powder form that is dissolved in water and applied with an airless pump system. For large surface applications, landscape style tank sprayers are used. SIMIX application does not require any special training. Before you apply it, you must sweep or use a leaf blower to remove branches and debris. The SIMIX YouTube Channel has several videos that show just how easy it is to apply SIMIX.

How long does it take to work? That depends on the amount of sunlight your house gets each day. Pressure washing first and then treat or just treat with SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover which works with the sun to break down grime. If the sun is higher in the sky, it will work faster; our tests show that in a very hot and sunny climate, 80% of the mold and grime on your roof will be gone within 30 days. In colder climates or winter time, it will take longer. Generally, we estimate it will take 30 to 90 days if applied in the summer, and 90 to 180 days if applied in the winter.

How much does it cost? It’s cheaper than bleach, less than a penny per sq. ft. A 4.8 pound container makes 30 gallons of SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover that will cover 9,000 to 12,000 square feet.

How often do I have to re-apply SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover? Your roof may need a second application within 12-18 months. After that, reapply once new stains begin to appear.

Eliminate pressure washing
Save Water, Clean the Air at the same time.

How does Titanium Dioxide clean the air? It has been a known fact that TiO2 in the photo-catalytic process cleans the air by breaking down automobile exhaust and converting it into harmless gases. Read the whole story here.




Treated Surfaces Never need Pressure Washing

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What kinds of surfaces can SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover be used on? It can be used on residential and commercial roofing surfaces including asphalt shingles, concrete and clay tile, metal roofing, slate, mod bit, single-ply membranes, smooth surfaces, built-up roofing and ballasted single ply. It can also be used on masonry brick and mortar, block, poured concrete, vinyl siding, Hardie board, concrete, pavers and asphalt. It should not be applied to glass and unfinished metal and if it gets on these surfaces, it should be washed off immediately.

Pressure Washing is a waste of water

I applied SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover and my sidewalk turned orange. What did I do wrong? You didn’t do anything wrong. The product is working perfectly. It’s interacting with hydrocarbons (like exhaust vapors from cars) and the sun will break it down and the rain will wash it away.

Can I apply SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover in any kind of weather? SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover must dry before it rains, snows, or freezes.

How will SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover save me money on air conditioning? A mold-free roof can reduce annual cooling costs 2% to 5%. Mold is black and it absorbs heat from the sun, transferring that heat into your house. A cleaner roof will reflect the sun’s heat.

Why is SIMIX Roof & Driveway Mold and Stain Remover better for the environment than bleach? SIMIX breaks down volatile organic compounds into harmless, inert materials and carbon dioxide. The inert materials disappear into the soil. Bleach is chlorine — a toxic substance that can kill plants and animals and can be very harmful to your lungs. Prolonged use of bleach will damage paint, destroy roofing underlayment and asphalt shingles.

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A clean house is a healthier house