Pressure washers: the ultimate cleaning solution

Using a pressure washer is an eco-friendly cleaning method that not only conserves water but also eliminates the need for harsh chemicals. This makes pressure washing a safe pressure washing option for you and the environment. Whether you’re in the market for commercial pressure washers or a residential pressure washing solution, our products are designed to tackle the toughest cleaning jobs with ease.

What can I clean with a pressure washer?

Do the exterior walls of your business or home, your deck, the driveway, and/or the parking lot need a facelift? A pressure washer can make short work of a task that could take days to complete, saving you time and, potentially, saving you money as well. And you will be amazed at what a difference it makes!

Doesn’t pressure washing use a lot of water?

Surprisingly, using a pressure washer rather than a hose uses far less water. The significant increase in pressure means the job is done more efficiently and more quickly, thereby saving water (and the physical strain of scrubbing the surfaces for extended periods of time).

How do I use a pressure washer?

Using a pressure washer can transform the way you clean outdoor spaces and equipment, offering a powerful solution to remove dirt, grime, and other stubborn substances with ease. Here’s a brief guide to get you started:

Safety First: Before operating your pressure washer, make sure to read the user manual thoroughly. Wear protective gear, including safety goggles and gloves, to protect yourself from debris and the high-pressure spray.

Prepare the Area: Clear the area you intend to clean of any obstacles that could be damaged by water or the pressure washer’s force. Ensure all windows and doors are closed to prevent water from entering your home or building.

Connect Everything Properly: Attach the garden hose to the pressure washer and connect the high-pressure hose, gun, and spray wand. Check all connections are secure to avoid leaks or disconnections while operating.

Select the Right Nozzle: Pressure washers come with various nozzles for different cleaning tasks. Choose the appropriate nozzle based on the surface you’re cleaning and the type of cleaning you’re doing. A wider angle nozzle is generally safer for delicate surfaces, while a narrower angle offers more pressure for tough stains.

Start with Low Pressure: Turn on the water supply, then start your pressure washer according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Begin with the lowest pressure setting and test on a small, inconspicuous area to ensure the surface can handle the pressure without damage.

Use Smooth, Even Strokes: Hold the spray wand about two feet from the surface and use smooth, sweeping motions to clean. Overlap each stroke to ensure you don’t miss any spots. For tougher stains, you may need to move closer but do so gradually to avoid surface damage.

Apply Detergent (If Needed): For heavily soiled areas, apply a detergent using a low-pressure soap nozzle. Let the detergent sit for a few minutes to break down the dirt, but don’t let it dry. Rinse thoroughly with a high-pressure nozzle.

Rinse and Dry: Once the area is clean, turn off the machine and disconnect the hoses. Allow the cleaned surface to air dry, or use a squeegee for faster drying on flat surfaces.