Pressure Washing Tips for Cincinnati Municipalities and Parks and Recreation Departments

pressure washing a cincinnati tennis courtPressure washers are vital tools for Cincinnati Municipalities and Park and Recreation Departments because they can cut cleaning times to a minimum with good results. Less time means less labor and pressure washers can be used to clean playgrounds, concrete pathways, swimming pools, tennis courts, basketball courts and many other surfaces.

Tips for Pressure Washing a Swimming Pool

After the winter season, most pools develop algae that turns water into black pit.

  1. Opening the Pool – The best way to get rid of this algae and other dirt and grime is with a pressure washer and the right type of cleaning solution.
  2. Closing the Pool – It’s a good idea to pressure wash the pool at the end of the season just before you put on the pool cover. This will help reduce the amount of problems you have when you open your pool back up.
  3. Remove Loose Items Around the Pool Before Washing – Make sure to remove any ornaments or other loose items that can be ruined or become dangerous if hit with a stream from a pressure washer.
  4. Accessories Are a Must – Pressure wash the pool using an extension wand and some brushes for the dirt that is really tough to remove.
  5. Rinse after Washing – After you complete washing the pool, make sure to rinse the pool thoroughly with plenty of water before refilling it.

Tips For Pressure Washing a Tennis Court

  1. Pressure Washer Surface Cleaner – A pressure washer surface cleaner like Landa’s Water Jet and the right type of cleaning solution is your best bet for this type of work.
  2. Remove Loose Items Around the Pool Before Washing – Make sure to remove any ornaments or other loose items that can be ruined or become dangerous if hit with a stream from a pressure washer.
  3. Rinse After Washing – After you complete washing the court, make sure to rinse the court thoroughly with plenty of water.

Tips For Pressure Washing Parking Lots

  1. Clear the Lot of People and Property – Make sure there are no people or cars, etc. around when you are operating a pressure washer since debris can fly up in the air and cause damage or injury.
  2. Round Up the Garbage – A pressure washer is a great way to round up garbage into one spot.
  3. Clean the Rest – Once the larger garbage is rounded up and removed, use your pressure washer to remove bird droppings, spills, pet waste and a multitude of other nasties like chewing gum and worse.

Pressure Washing Safety Guidelines

  1. Wear goggles and appropriate clothing.
  2. Make sure there are no people, children or pets in the area when using a pressure washer.
  3. Remove large debris and loose objects that can before airborne and dangerous.
  4. Avoid pressure washing arsenic treated wood or any lead paint or asbestos surfaces.

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3CDC
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