What is Soft Wash Technology and what does it mean?
Many of the professionals within cleaning and trade industries have differing opinions on the best techniques for prepping and cleaning the large range of surfaces that they come across in a day’s work.
However, the one thing they can be in agreement about it just how far cleaning equipment and technology has improved in recent years.
Soft washing in its simplest form is the process of cleaning down a surface using a system that produces less than 500 psi of pressure, and is usually used in conjunction with a specialist soft wash cleaning chemical.
Whilst there are many soft wash specific systems out there to choose from, they can be quite a costly addition to your kit and unless you’re likely to use them on several projects a month (or more) there are alternatives that can save you on the cost front.
Equipment manufacturers became aware of the cost required for these systems and responded to this challenge by creating special attachments and nozzles with the ability to convert your 3000 psi pressure washer into as little as 300 psi*. Giving many of the benefits of a soft wash system and cleaning capabilities without shelling out for an entirely new system!
Why so much time and energy into creating something like this? Well, the answer was in the increasing requirements for a deep cleaning solution in both domestic and commercial markets that would not damage or harm the surface that needed to be cleaned.
Home and business owners that were keen to get rid of those green stains from fascia’s or remove the moss and algae building up on their roof, decking and pathways needed a solution and it is clear that soft washing is becoming ever more popular within the professional and DIY markets.
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*Exact PSI figures given as an example