Pressure Washing Tips and Techniques

January 29th, 2017

Pressure Washing Tips and Techniques Always fog or presoak the surface with a detergent, degreaser, or chemical presoak. Presoaking reduces wash time and chemical cost. Hot water is a better solvent than cold water. Always rinse detergent off the surface before it dries. Commercial contractors generally use 4 to 6/gpm at 1500 to 3,500/psi for Read More

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Troubleshoot your pressure washer pump

January 22nd, 2017

In nearly all instances, pressure washer pump failure is the result of improper installation or operation rather than normal wear. One of the most common causes of pump failure is improper or unnecessary service, often as a result of the operator attempting the service. Each time the pressure pump is serviced, the chance of pump Read More

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How To: Using a Pressure Washer

January 16th, 2017

Wash siding, concrete floors, decks and even your car faster and easier using a pressure washer. Gas or electric pressure washers will clean almost anything outdoors, and they work so quickly and dramatically that they’re actually fun. Learn how to use one safely and efficiently. Two types of pressure washers and how they work Pressure Read More

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The Benefits of Steam Pressure Washers

January 8th, 2017

One of the most important things to consider when selecting a pressure washer is the temperature of the water that it cleans with. Pressure washers typically clean with cold, warm, or hot water depending on the model. Each of these temperatures provides a different level of cleaning power and intensity, so it is important to Read More

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Pressure Washing Your Roof

January 2nd, 2017

Does your roof look fuzzy? Perhaps you have moss or mold growing on your shingles, and you’re worried that your roof needs to be replaced. Don’t spend the thousands of dollars it costs to replace your roof when you can use a gas pressure washer to blast the moss and lichen away to reveal that Read More

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