Category: Pressure Washer Cleaning

How to Get Stains Out of Your Concrete Driveway

Oil Stain on Concrete Driveway

Concrete is the go-to driveway material for most residential or commercial property owners, and for good reason. But through the years, your driveway is bound to get a beating, resulting in inevitable oil and grease stains. So here are a few tricks of the trade to help you remove tough stains from your concrete driveway!… Read more »

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Hot Water vs. Cold Water: Which Pressure Washer is Right for You?

Worker pressure washing stairs

So, you’re shopping for a pressure washer? Well, you’ve come to the right place! You want the meanest cleaning machine on the market, but first you have to decide: hot water vs. cold water? Before you decide which to purchase, think about what you need it for! Trying to fight off dirt and grime? Or… Read more »

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3 Tips for Pressure Washing Concrete

Pressure Washing Concrete

Looking to give your concrete a deep clean? It’s time to put your pressure washer to good use, yet again! A pressure washer is one of the most efficient ways to remove built-up dirt and stains from your concrete, making it look like new again. How? Here are 3 tips for pressure washing concrete! Choose… Read more »

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5 Surprising Items to Clean with a Pressure Washer

Pressure Washing Outdoor Furniture

Notorious for ripping through dirt and grime, pressure washers remove muck from fences, tidy up your deck, and give your house siding a fresh look. As strong as they are, however, pressure washers go beyond performing solely heavy-duty tasks. Here are five other surprising items you can clean with a pressure washer. 1. Outdoor furniture… Read more »

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Expert Tips for Pressure Washing Brick

Pressure Washing Brick

Pressure washing can successfully fight off any dirt and grime; it can be eco-friendly, and cost-effective; and it can be used year-round. However, one of the most important benefits of this hot water cleaning equipment is that it can be deployed on all different surfaces, including one of the toughest: brick. If you’re looking to… Read more »

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3 Tips for Pressure Washing Your House Siding

Cleaning House Siding

Over time, muck and grime accumulate on every house, but often, it’s either difficult to reach or too tough to take off with an ordinary sponge, or wipe. (Nor should you use such things on a house’s exterior anyway!) This is where you need to call in your pressure washer. But there are a few… Read more »

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Under Pressure: How Hose Length Affects CLEAN

How often have you been working on a pressure washing job and had to stop to move your equipment so that you had enough hose to reach the far edge of a surface? Using a pressure washer means that you’re tethered to your machinery, with the length of your hose dictating how far you can… Read more »

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Three Tips for Winter Pressure Washing

Pressure Washing in the Winter

We don’t mean to sound cliché, but to borrow a phrase from popular culture, winter is coming. You can feel it in the air. The temperatures are steadily declining, the days feel shorter, and the holiday season is just around the corner. So, if you plan on using your pressure washer during the winter months,… Read more »

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Five Tips for Pressure Washing Your Car

How to Pressure Wash a Vehicle

It may seem like your car wouldn’t be able to handle the high-pressured cleaning that a pressure washer provides, however it is actually one of the most effective ways of ridding your vehicle of dirt and grime. Using a pressure washer to clean your car is a simple yet delicate process, so here are a… Read more »

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Understanding the PSI and GPM of Your Pressure Washer

PSI vs. GPM in Pressure Washing

How much pressure is too much for your pressure washer? Although you may think that you can never have enough to clean the grime and dirt that sits in front of you on your car, driveway, or industrial equipment, it might not be the pressure you should be focused on. Instead look to the flow… Read more »

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