Four unlikely areas that you can clean using a pressure washerTriace
You’ll find a pressure washer in a number of residential, commercial, and industrial environments. Ideal for the upkeep of a property, they use 75% less water than your standard garden hose. In this blog we’re going to look at a few more unlikely places that you can make use of your pressure washer.
Let’s get started.
After a couple of months being filled with rubbish, your bin is going to start to smell. But how often do you think to clean it out? No one wants to get in there!
With a pressure washer, you don’t have to. Take your bin into your yard, lie it down and blast away dirt and grime using a little disinfectant. After, they’ll be as good as new.
BBQ’s quickly pick up grease and grime in the summer months, and if you want to keep on using it, you’re going to have to ensure it’s clean. Pick up some heavy duty kitchen degreaser and some protective gloves. Apply the product, lower the pressure on your washer, and then blast the thing clean!
If you have outdoor furniture, you’ll know filthy it becomes over time. Mould starts to grow on it, winder weather whips up dirt onto the table – not something you want. If yours is looking a little worse for wear, pull out the pressure washer and you’ll have it looking as good as new in no time.
Most people don’t use their pressure washer to clean their car for fear of damaging the paint work. But providing you use the right pressure, it’ll clean your vehicle so much quicker than other methods. We’ve written a few blogs on how to clean your car using a pressure washer here on our site, so be sure to check those out.
Here at Triace we stock a variety of Pressure Washers suitable for a variety of applications. To find out more contact us today.