Your car gets dirty on a regular basis, but it costs a fortune to go back and forth to the car wash. Fortunately, there’s a way to wash your car at home, with your pressure washer. In addition to being easier and less expensive, this can also be fun! Here are five tips to help you get started.
Cleaning years of dirt off of structures can be downright satisfying. After all, who doesn’t love seeing surfaces cleaned to their former glory in a way that looks impossible? Thanks to the power of pressure washers, we’ve compiled some of our favorite cleaning jobs for your viewing pleasure.
If you ever need to clean up stubborn stains – such as an oil spill – you’ve likely used a pressure washer for the job. After all, this equipment is often the only way to effectively get rid of difficult stains. But if you don’t own one, should you? Or should you stick to renting a pressure washer as needed? That depends on a few factors.
Dealing with oil on the concrete surrounding your home or workplace? A dirty driveway takes away from the curb appeal of your house or the professionalism of your company, but general purpose cleaners fail to fix the problem. Luckily, you have three ways to address oil issues to clean up concrete and other surfaces.
Graffiti is everywhere. Removing graffiti from your work zone can be a challenge, but with the right knowledge and the right tools, it can be easily managed. Having the right tools for the job is the most important way of making graffiti removal easy.
When you are using pressure washers, it is important to follow some safety tips to avoid bodily injury. Here are some stock photos that do not demonstrate proper power washer safety.
In this handy guide, we put together some of our favorite tips and tricks for deck cleaning. From quick DIY deck cleaning to full heavy-duty pressure washing, here is everything you need to clean your deck!
A majority of our clients use our pressure washers for high pressured cleaning jobs. However, pressure washers have many more uses besides the obvious. Washing Equipment of Texas has a collection of other ways you can use our washers.
Hot water adds cleansing power to washing without the need for cleaning chemicals. The heat affects the problem area by warming up targeted dirt particles. The more kinetic the particles are, the easier they are to remove. No extra chemicals are needed.
Pressure washing during a drought is tricky. It can be done both efficiently and in an environmentally supportive way. There’s just no beating it for cleaning surfaces, sidewalks, parking lots, buildings and even cars. It remains the best way for cleaning professionals to clean buildings and other outdoor structures.