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Pressure Washing Vs. Soft Washing


Pressure washing uses high pressure and can damage surfaces if not done correctly.
Pressure washing is good for removing loose paint or for cleaning areas such as driveways, sidewalks, patios, pool areas, wood decks, garage floors, or other areas or objects where soft washing may not be as effective.


Soft washing is a gentle cleaning method that uses low pressure and detergents to clean a surface.
Soft washing is great for removing buildup of dirt, grime, mold, mildew, algae from roofs, decks, cedar shake siding, wood panel siding, stucco, outdoor furniture, vinyl siding, windows, RV's and
much more

Why should you pressure wash/soft wash?


If you are in the market to sell your home or business, then cleaning it from top to bottom, including your sidewalks, driveways, and parking lots, is a low cost way to make your home or business
more appealing to potential buyers.


Cleaning your home can also extend the life of your home's surfaces by removing dirt and debris that can cause them to deteriorate. It can extend the life of your paint and keep your house looking like new for many years to come.


Keeping a wood deck clean can extend the life of the stain by removing dirt and debris that rub along the surface as people walk. The same can reasoning can be applied to pool decks.


Keeping your roof clean by removing algae and mildew will not only make your home look nice, it will also extend the life of your roof. Algae and mildew are living organisms that spread and eat away at your shingles and should be removed periodically to prevent build-up and decay.

How often should I have my home/business cleaned?

We use water, surfactant (soap) and a general cleaning agent for most pressure washing and soft washing. Here is a list of some of the other cleaning agents we use for those tough stains and greasy messes.

1: F9 Double Eagle Cleaner/Degreaser and Neutralizer
2: F9 Efflorescence and Calcium Remover
3: F9 Battery Acid Rust and Restoration Cleaner
4: F9 Groundskeeper Concrete Maintenance Cleaner

Vinyl Siding

Every 2 or 3 years to keep algae from building up.

Concrete Surfaces

Every 1 to 2 years as needed.

Asphalt, clay-tiled roofs, metal roofs. 

As needed. 

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