We have a standing seam steel roof which tends to hold onto snow. It’s about a 3/12 pitch, oriented North. I gave it a good scrub and am wondering if there is something I could spray onto the surface that would let the snow and ice slide off. Floor wax? Silcone spray. Any thoughts?
The Makita LS1219L makes precise repetitive cuts and can handle wide and heavy timbers.
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