Cold pressure washers cost much less than most hot water pressure washers. If money grew on trees everyone would have a hot water pressure washer but their are some jobs that don’t need the hot water as much. Using a cold water pressure washer is sometimes enough for cleaning cars, removing dirt buildup, or debris from exterior [Read More…]
The Importance of Pressure Washing Your Fleet – Should You Use an In House Team or Professional Fleet Washers?
As a Fleet owner, we know your responsibilities involve improving productivity, driver retention and customer service. Issues that integrate fleet washing could help your company and its drivers excel in ways you never imagined. The following tips will help put your company’s best “foot” forward every time one of your fleet rolls out onto the [Read More…]
No More Sore Hands Using The EASY!Force Pressure Washer Trigger Gun Available Through Pressure Spray, Inc.
ZERO FORCE. FULL POWER. Zero effort required. Once you pull the trigger, the gun holds it down for you. It’s the most effortless trigger gun on the market! It uses its own recoil force to hold the trigger down for you. This means no more sore hands after hours of use. Ergonomic EASY!Force technology holds the [Read More…]
To maintain its value, a commercial property often requires a comprehensive pressure wash. It may seem like an unnecessary or mundane topic, but it can benefit your business in several ways. The results can help encourage business growth, improve employee morale, and create an overall better aesthetic. The first thing your customer or visitor sees [Read More…]
Learn Which Detergents and Degreasers To Use With Your Pressure Washer to Get the Best Cleaning Results!
The following webinar will help you to learn the best pressure washer chemicals to use when you are dealing with inorganic and organic soils or a mixture of both. The webinar also explains how to get the best clean when working with hard and soft porous and nonporous surfaces. Lastly the webinar explains the effects [Read More…]
Tips On How To Boost Your Results When Pressure Washing Semis, Construction Equipment, Farm Equipment, and Transportation Vehicles
Cincinnati businesses use detergents with their pressure washers when cleaning their fleets because it helps them to achieve better results and saves them time and money. The following are some questions you need to ask yourself before using a detergent with your pressure washer… Is the Detergent Pressure Washer Approved? Non-approved cleaning solutions can be [Read More…]
View a Great Solution for Professionally Cleaning Construction Equipment, Fleet Vehicles, Boats, and Farm Equipment! See Video…
Pressure Spray, Inc. is a certified dealer for Mosmatic Professional High Pressure Cleaning products. Mosmatic’s surface cleaners set the standard for commercial and industrial cleaning industries. Some common cleaning surfaces they clean are concrete, wood, and flagstone. They also offer graffiti-removal and gum removal solutions for commercial and industrial projects. See the New Hurricane Pro [Read More…]
Most business owners don’t spend enough time thinking about their parking lots. But most business owners with parking lots should know that dirty parking lots and poorly maintained parking lots can create serious problems and risks for their employees and customers. Parking lots can get heavy traffic and the people using them sometimes think the parking [Read More…]
Watch Taginator, the world’s best graffiti removal product, make quick work of some spray paint on glass block. Taginator is preferred by school districts, municipalities, public works departments, parcel post companies, housing authorities, highway authorities, mass transit authorities, trucking companies and contractors. About Taginator TAGINATOR® World’s Best Graffiti Remover sprayable liquid quickly dissolves graffiti. TAGINATOR® [Read More…]
A pressure washer with a 3000 psi and a flow rate of 4 gallons per minute (gpm) is needed to wash concrete. You may need more power if you want to get rid of tire marks, paint, and such. You need the pressure and the flow both working together to make it work. If you have [Read More…]