It is that time of the year and you have invited your friends and neighbors over for a Back Yard BBQ. As you get ready for your annual event you discover that the dingy grime from winter is still clinging to your exterior. Have no fear - rent a power washer to get the job done in record time. A pressure washer will clean mold and mildew off the deck or even the home siding. You might even find that you didn't need to paint you just needed a good cleaning of your homes exterior. If you are painting this is the best way to clean a surface like a pro prior to painting.
With the snow storms, freezing rain, cold temperature and also the mess left out by winter grime, you will find there are plenty of uses for a power washer. Hard surfaces like pathways, patio and exterior of the home should be on your short list for blasting away dirt and grime. Other uses are patio furniture, decks - both wood and composite, and concrete patios. There is no doubt you will find renting a power washer is both efficient and fun. A pressure washer or power washer is a great tool to make any clean up job economical and unbelievably easy.
How does a Pressure Washer or Power Washer work.
Quite simply it forces out water high pressures and blasts away dirt, grime, mold and mildew without using much water. This makes renting a power washer the green way to go as well.
All safety precautions must be followed. Putting your hand in front of the high pressure nozzle can result in soft tissue injury and cuts. The water that's being released from the nozzle can be ruthless, it may harm softer materials. Test the water out or move back and have less pressure striking the object.
Using a Power / Pressure washer, is as simple as 1, 2, and 3.
Front yard washing tips
Follow the same principles as the front yard, except you can wash off the BBQ, patio furniture deck and many other hard surfaces. Rember if you pressure wash your BBQ the gas jets will need to be fully dry. before operation.
Why pressure washing?
You will be saving time and helping the environment at the same time. If you have ever used a brush and bucket of water to wash all of the black goo off your deck you know all too well how long the process and how much of a pain in the back and neck that can be.