Pressure Washing And Paver Cleaning

When cleaning pavers it is important to stay away from pressure washing.

SoftWashing pavers from a 12 volt system should be the preferred method of cleaning. The surfactant from this system is gently sprayed on allowing dropping into the joints around pavers killing mold and mildew and allowing sand that has been pinned down by mold to restore itself between pavers.

This method is especially best on sealed pavers and offers an extra layer of protection.

This is by far the safest and most practical way to clean pavers as sand is not blown from between pavers and seal is protected.

Pressure Washing And Pool Screen Cleaning

Pressure washing pool screens puts unnecessary wear and tear on the screen as well as providing no kill to the mold and mildew you are trying to clean.

Screens should be cleaned with a SoftWashTM . This is a system that utilizes a 12 volt pump and a surfactant that softly cleans the screen while extending the life of screen by not using undue pressure.

The surfactant used achieves total kill of all mold and mildew without pressuring it to another location.

Screens are not pressured from joint areas requiring unnecessary repair.

This method has over twenty proven years in the industry and is the safest method to clean pool screens.

Pressure Washing Alternatives - Safe Roof Cleaning vs Soft Wash

The terms "safe roof cleaning" and "soft wash" are widely misused in the Roof Cleaning industry.

Pressure Washing has been proven to damage shingle roofs by loosening the aggregate that holds the shingle to the roof's membrane. True SoftWash™ companies use a patented 12 volt spray system from SoftWash Systems that delivers a patented Greenwash surfactant that has been in the marketplace for over 20 years and the employees that apply the product receive hours of classroom training.

Traditional pressure washers have adapted systems to mimic the SoftWash Systems in order to save money and bypass the education process, and they use gels and soaps to resemble the Greenwash surfactant used in SoftWashing.

Turning down the pressure on a pressure washer in the presence of a homeowner does not constitute a SoftWashing and gas motors simply pollute the environment and help shoot bleach faster and further.

SoftWash customers enjoy the benefits of a true non-pressure cleaning, longer warranties, and an overall better roof and exterior cleaning experience.