January 26, 2007, Newsletter Issue #49: Pressure Washing Precautions

Tip of the Week

There is a lot more to think about in how to operate a pressure washer, than blasting a surface with water. Here are a few precautions to take to ensure safe pressure-washing from start to finish.

*Wear protective gloves and clothing when working with chemicals.
*Wear protective gloves and clothing when working with media temperatures over 140 F.
*Do not allow gun to freeze. Always store and transport gun in temperatures above 32 F.
*Inspect and maintain spray gun. Ensure safe operation by inspecting gun for leaks or damage before every use.

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