Pressure Washing Tips
Power Washing as a cleaning method has become increasingly popular in the last few decades and will become more popular in the coming years. Often people try hard to clean their cars, boats, terraces, terraces, grills, and the exterior of their homes. If you practice these pressurized washing tips, you will overcome the tension and do all these things much faster than all your neighbors. If you only follow the simple basics of high-pressure washing, cleaning your house outside is a quick and painless process with the right tools.
Here are some valuable washing tips:
1. Selection of nozzles and/or nozzles. To use pressure washers effectively, you must choose the right nozzle and / or tip. Most of our machines are equipped with interchangeable spray nozzles that serve two purposes. One of them is reducing pressure and removing detergent. and the other is for high-pressure rinsing at different spray angles. Our pressure washers are equipped with several color-coded tips/nozzles (red, yellow, green, and white) that range from 0 to 40 degrees. As a rule, the smallest angle gives the strongest "punch". For example, if you want to remove stubborn stains from the alley, use a 0-degree angle. However, if you want to remove dirt (such as leaves, sand, etc.) from your home, use a larger angle, e.g. B. nozzle 25 or 45 degrees. Warning: Make sure the nozzle is completely secured before using the trigger. Otherwise, the projectile tip can bend and cause property damage and / or personal injury.
2. The use of chemicals. Use only chemicals and pressurized cleaning solutions that are approved for pressure washers. We offer super film removal and a degreaser for citrus fruits. Super Film Remover is mainly used for car washing and mild dirt or road film. Citrus degreaser is used to remove heavy fat and industrial cleaning. All our high-pressure cleaners are equipped with a detergent injector, which allows a continuous flow from the cleaning solution to the water flow. If you buy cleaning agents that are not approved, they may not be environmentally friendly and dangerous for high-pressure cleaning components. A solution can work well for concrete, but it damages wood.
3. Performance test. Test the pressure of your washing machine for performance. It is best to spray a few meters from each object. Gently pull your wand 3 to 4 feet from the surface you want to clean. Move your stick side by side several times and make sure the surface is clean. If additional cleaning is needed, move your wand closer to the surface (about 1 to 2 feet). The reason for step-by-step cleaning is because the pressure washer is very strong. If you start too close, you can damage the object rather than cleaning it.
4. Plan what needs to be cleaned. Be careful when spraying around windows, mailboxes, flowers, openings, roofs, or lighting fixtures. They can break or break if directed directly at them. Also, hold the trigger to prevent splashing under the walls. This prevents the coating from falling out. Also, be careful when cleaning the edges around the window. Small and inconspicuous holes can seep water into your home. To prevent this, check the window frame for holes, dents, and scratches.
5. Washing the print. High-pressure washing is similar to painting. When you are in happy mode, you can spray anything, anywhere. These random washer sprays are not comprehensive and detailed. They lose stains and waste twice the time you clean the place. To overcome this, spray horizontally with gentle movements from left to right. Cover an area as wide as 3 to 4 feet in one move. To avoid scratches, start from the top and go down.
6. Pause before rinsing. Because you use a cleaning solution, you need to take the time to do your work. You should let the detergent dissolve for 5 to 10 minutes, but don't let it dry for too long. When you are ready to gargle, start from the top and lower it until the whole area is free of detergent.