3 Ways to Remove Oil Stains from your Concrete Driveway

July 25th, 2016

No matter how hard you try, oil stains on your concrete driveway are nearly impossible to avoid. There are several methods for cleaning these stains, though the size of the oil spill and length of time the stain has had to set will determine the process for removal. ALL NATURAL REMOVAL If your spill is fresh, apply Read More

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Cleaning a Toll Plaza

July 18th, 2016

With the amount of traffic that passes through the nation’s toll booths it’s no wonder that the dirt, oils, exhaust and grime that accumulates on them seems insurmountable. But cleaning a toll plaza isn’t as easy as grabbing some soap and a sponge. It requires the right equipment and coordination to complete the project properly Read More

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Pressure Washers Used on Golf Course Equipment

July 11th, 2016

Pressure washers are a type of equipment that is designed to clean a number of different things. A pressure washer is capable of cleaning buildings, concrete road surfaces, commercial vehicles, golf course equipment and much more. Golf course equipment can often times be very hard to clean especially since golf courses experience such a high influx Read More

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Wood Fence Cleaning with a Pressure Washer

July 4th, 2016

We’ve all seen it before, sun and rain wreaking havoc on a wood fence until it is soft and grey, and all of the boards and nails are loose. Sun breaks down the surface fibers, causing the wood to weaken and turn gray. Rain causes the wood to swell excessively, eventually leading to the breakdown of Read More

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