Pressure washing is becoming increasingly more popular as a cleaning method, especially when dealing with tough-to-clean building surfaces. We use several pressure washing methods that work efficiently in a variety of commercial applications. Here are just a few scenarios where pressure washing is used:
Pressurized jets of water are perfect for cleaning areas, which are difficult to access. This technique is also used to de-ice pipes, ducts, vents and roofs during the winter months or to strip old paint from hard surfaces.
Another useful technique is to use sand with pressure washing to dislodge hard to remove impurities, whether it be paint, deeply embedded dirt or even rust.
The use of soda with pressure washing is less abrasive than sand and is usually employed on more fragile or delicate surfaces. It can also be used to degrease heavy duty equipment, to remove graffiti and for many other applications.
Air jets are generally used to remove dirt in places where access is difficult or impossible. This method is also used to unclog congested ducts or vents and for dusting in areas where water can’t be used.
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