Here are three really easy Spring Cleaning Power Water Washing Tips to get your house ready for the summer!
Spring Cleaning Tip No. 1 – The Garage Door
Pour a small amount of dish soap in the bucket, then fill it up with water. Get the rag wet, then wash the garage door..
After you’ve wiped the entire garage door down with soapy water, spray it off with a pressure washer: Be careful with the water pressure as too much pressure will cut through wood, brick, concrete and other materials.
Well done. Wasn’t that easy?
Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 2 – The Garage Floor
Start by sweeping out and dusting the entire floor,
Apply your favorite cleaning solution over the entire garage floor let the solution do it’s job. Wait about 10 minutes, then scrub it with a stiff bristled brush.
After the entire floor is scrubbed, let it sit for another five minutes. Lastly rinse the garage floor with the pressure washer.
Follow the same procedure with an appropriate cleaning solution for your driveway, sidewalks and even your front porch!
Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 3 – The House Siding
Apply an appropriate cleaning solution formulated for cleaning your house vinyl / stucco / wood / or brick siding with a pressure washer. Improve the cleaning performance with a brush attachment with an extension wand will make your power washing easy. Always use an environmentally friendly solution.
Apply detergent to house siding from bottom up to avoid dirt and soap running down your house onto dry spots. Now simply scrub the dirt and grime away.
And finally rinse it away the soap and grime from the top down.
Be careful. Cover vents and openings to avoid getting water into your home interior. Pick a day that is low wind and no rain to pressure clean. And try to avoid power washing the side of the house if in direct sunlight. Don’t forget to water down all the garden areas below the side of the house to make sure they don’t get affected by the cleaning solution.
If you plan on cleaning your gutters, get that done prior to washing the siding. Power washing out your gutters each season is definately a good idea because it allows water to freely flow.
Wow, the house looks great! Way to go!
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