December 18, 2009, Newsletter Issue #198: Things to DO When Pressure Washing

Tip of the Week

Follow the safety guidelines, even for a small job.

1. Follow the manufacturers directions regarding power washing attachments, nozzles, and the right pressure washing chemicals.
2. Adjust the pressure to the recommended PSI for each job.
3. Always test the pressure washer in a small area out of sight to make sure that the pressure spray will not damage the material.
4. Don't allow any cleaning solution to sit on the surface long because it may dry and leave residue.
5. Rinse thoroughly after you finish.

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