Soft washing is the perfect solution for those hard-to-clean surfaces such as windows, roof shingles, and screens. But what exactly is soft-washing, why do Pure Services use it and what are the benefits?
Soft washing is a cleaning method that uses a low-pressure washing technique and a mixture of algaecides, bleach, surfactants, and water to safely clean exterior surfaces of organic stains, mildew, and algae. This type of washing is ideal for delicate surfaces that can get damaged from traditional pressure washing.
What is the difference between Soft Washing and Power Washing/Pressure Washing??
Power washing or pressure washing is a method of cleaning that uses high-pressure water to remove dirt, grime, and other buildups from surfaces. This type of cleaning is ideal for tougher stains and thicker buildups. Pressure washing can damage delicate surfaces, so it’s important to use the right equipment and techniques.
Although soft washing, power washing, and pressure washing seem similar, they are pretty different. Soft washing uses a low-pressure washing technique to clean exterior surfaces, while power washing or pressure washing uses high-pressure water to clean surfaces. Power washing can damage delicate surfaces, so it’s important to use the best equipment and techniques.
When should you use Soft Washing method?
While soft washing is best used on notoriously hard surfaces or would be damaged by high-pressure cleaning such as windows, roof shingle siding, etc., its original purpose was to remove algae from roofs.
What are the benefits of soft washing?
There are many benefits of soft washing, including:
– Delicate surfaces are not damaged
– Effective for removing organic stains, mildew, and algae
– Safe for the environment
– Doesn’t require harsh chemicals or detergents
How do you Soft Wash??
There are a few different ways to soft wash, but the most common method is to use a low-pressure washer with algaecides, bleach, surfactants, and water. You can also use a soft brush to help loosen any buildup on the surface.