Commercial Pressure Washing vs. Other Abrasive Cleaning
By Painters USA Team
— Last updated December 26, 2022
The Midwest is a vital commercial and industrial hub. In our experience, commercial businesses are very often in need of exterior and interior washing services. Painters USA has the skills and experience with the latest pressure washing technologies to perform any sort of work required. No amount of paint, dirt, grime, mold or anything else is too tough for our skilled professionals. Challenges are welcomed.
How Pressure Washing Works
Firstly, when it comes to pressure washing, all measures should be taken to reduce the amount of mess and business disruption. To do this, a paint professional should contain the debris and be willing to work nights and weekends.
A pressure washer expels water at high velocity through a gun-like nozzle. The force of the water dislodges any sort of residue from a surface. Detergent can also be used in the process to help clean the surface.
Ultimately, pressure washing is an excellent surface cleaning and stripping technique, and can be used on anything from machinery and exterior walls to graffiti and vehicles.
Alternatives: Dry-Ice and Sponge-Blasting
If a business would like a more environmentally-friendly method to pressure washing for interiors, we recommend either Dry-Ice or Sponge-Blasting. Dry-Ice Blasting expels frozen CO2 particles at high velocity, while Sponge-Blasting uses sponge media to dislodge paint or contaminants, amongst other things.
This, of course, is something we at Painters USA like to discuss with our commercial and industrial customers in the pre-cleaning process.
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