Pressure washers are much more effective than your ordinary garden hose. They can be used to clean various surfaces, cars, and equipment more quickly and thoroughly, as the force they exert allow access even to hard-to-reach places. When there’s a heavy build-up of dirt and grime, pressure washers are the tools most cleaning professionals use to do the job.
Pressure washers can be used for both commercial and residential purposes, and there are plenty of various types available in the market. The standard unit of pressure (PSI) is typically used as basis in finding the right pressure washer for a job. Continue reading
Sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, and even building exteriors all benefit from the power and versatility of pressure washers. The high level of compression coupled with the cleaning ability of water are more than a match for dirt and stains on most industrial or commercial surfaces.
Pressure washers not created equal
It would be unwise to have one kind of pressure washer for various surfaces. Different pressure washers are designed for different cleaning purposes. Some are so powerful that they can efficiently clean tough stains such as grease and grime, but can’t be used on cars since the pressure may damage the car’s paint job or dent its body. Continue reading