Why should I use Bio-Dry® instead of power washing?
Bio-Dry® will help accomplish 3 things.
1. Because pressure washing is illegal, Bio-Dry® will help you keep compliant with the EPA.
2. Bio-Dry will improve facility image and
3. Bio-Dry will save money.
How can I become a Contractor?
Our Contractors and Distributors receive special pricing when they buy in bulk. If you would like to learn more please contact us.
How does Bio-Dry® work?
Bio-Dry® attaches to oil and grease and molecularly breaks up the carbon chains to loosen and clean the surface through the process of bioremediation.
How is the product used?
Bio-Dry® is applied with a fine bristle broom as demonstrated in the pictures. Product adheres to whatever contaminants are on the surface and starts to molecularly break them down with time.
How much does it cost answer?
Bio-Dry® is less expensive that pressure washing as well as being environment friendly. Since each situation is unique, we ask that you contact us for pricing specific to your needs.
In what weather and conditions can Bio-Dry® be applied?
The surface must be dry before applying the Bio-Dry® product.
It is recommended that Bio-Dry® NOT be applied on extremely windy days.
What happens when it rains?
Bio-Dry® bonds with any contaminants and will not be removed by rain, so it continues to clean even after water has run over it.
Where can I find Bio-Dry®?
You can contact us here and we will help you.
How do I apply Bio-Dry® Products?
Bio-Dry Application Procedures:
- Fine bristle broom – available from Bio-Dry® – normal brooms will not work
- Heavy wire brush for scraping and working heavy oil stains.
- Blower to get rid of standing debris on area prior to application
1. Scrape first any standing gum or debris on affected area. If there is heavy condensation or water blow it out or soak it up with rags.
2. Scrape up excess build up on heavy oil spill areas. This takes some elbow grease.
3. Wire brush with some Bio-Dry the remaining heavy oil spots then pick up residue and take it away. Also wire brush any standing mud or dirt build up through-out the area. The wire brush should be the most used piece of equipment other that the broom. It is important to get rid of debris since we are not washing it away with water.
4. Blow out the are thoroughly. Make sure that all rocks, pens, paper clips, cigarette butts etc. are blown completely out of the area.
5. Spread product down the center of the area.
6. Sweep product from side to side the up and down the lanes as to ensure product covers the entire area. Sweep a little excess product into the oil stain as needed. When the stain turns white it has saturated all the oil it can and will then start to break it down. A little excess product left on these areas will ensure that the stains will continue getting treatment after you leave.
7. Do not blow or wash off the excess product. This product is designed to be left on the affected area so it continues to work after you leave.
8. Re-treat areas when necessary until the appearance improves or as traffic from leaking cars mandates.