June 13, 2008, Newsletter Issue #120: Some Like It Hot /Cold

Tip of the Week

Cold water pressure washers are commonly used for wood restoration and house washing. They work pretty well for the most part to clean surface dirt, as long as the weather is warm. Somthing to consider - cold water does not have much of an effect on more substantial types of gunk like oil, grease and soil, which are less common culprits for making your home look dingy, unless you live on a very busy road. You should consult with your pressure washer company to find out whether they are using a hot water pressure washer or cold water pressure washer. They are the experts but be sure to explain your desired results.

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