Are you familiar with power washing? It’s very popular among homeowners because it effectively removes dirt and other debris from the exterior of your house. Power washing will help make your home look extra clean. You might even think of applying this method during your window cleaning session. However, you have to make sure if it’s really safe to power wash your windows. You also have to get more information about power washing to know where you can use this method.
In this post, Sunco Window Cleaning discusses parts of your house that you can power wash:
Wood- Power washing wood surfaces can restore them to their original color. However, you have to be extra careful because wood fibers can be easily destroyed if you don’t know how to perform proper power washing. If you are hesitant, you can call power washing specialists to help you.
Painted Surfaces- Like wood surfaces, you should also be careful when power washing painted surfaces. Remember, too much water pressure can effectively remove dirt but it might also strip off all the paint from the surface.
Brick or Concrete– Professionals can make use of power washing for roof cleaning projects involving brick or concrete shingles. You can also do this on brick or concrete walls and floors. To make cleaning more effective, it is recommended that you soak the surface first for a few minutes. After that, use a low-pressure water spray to clean and rinse off the cleaning agent that you used.
Vinyl Siding- Vinyl is a common material used on siding systems. You have to remove dirt, spider webs and other elements with effective cleaning. To power wash your vinyl siding, start from the top and work your way down. Do not spray water into door or window casings. Avoid spraying at the bottom edges as well to avoid mildew growth.
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