June 6, 2008, Newsletter Issue #119: Hot Water Pressure Washing Machines

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When you are choosing which pressure washers to purchase when you start a pressure washing business, the decision between cold water pressure washers and hot water pressure washers is somewhat complex. You need to consider what you plan to offer in terms of services and you need to consider how much you want/need to spend n cleaners and cleaning chemicals. For instance, as you no doubt know, hot water is a natural emulsifier, which means it doesn't need a lot of additional chemical help to off grime and other stubborn and sticky substances. Hot water/steam's natural cleaning power will reduce your dependence on cleansing agents, which will save you money. Unlike cold water machines, Hot/Steam water machines can take care of business in cold weather. You can use Hot/Steam water machines in fleet washing, flat work, environmental cleaning, and house washing. You don't want to use Hot/Steam water on wood surfaces. The wood fibers soften and swell. (Sort of like your skin when it's been in a hot tub too long.)

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