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How Does a Surface Cleaner Work?

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How does a surface cleaner work?

How Does a Surface Cleaner Work?

Surface cleaners work like floor buffers. There is a rotating cleaning surface that you push across the area to be cleaned, but what makes a surface cleaner different is water and water pressure. A pressure washer surface cleaner forces pressurized water into a swiveling bar. The bar spins at a high speed, spraying water to clean the surface. You push the surface cleaner just like a lawn mower until the entire area is spotless. Cleaning a driveway, shop floor, or repair bay with a surface cleaner is much faster and more efficient than just using a pressure washer nozzle. Pressure washer surface cleaners are definitely worth the expense for those who need to save time with large cleaning operations.



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