Soft Washing Versus Pressure Washing

When it comes to cleaning the exterior of your home, each surface has different needs. This is why we offer soft washing as well as pressure washing. Both of these techniques have advantages and specific uses. In this blog, we will take a look at what both soft washing and pressure washing are good for. 

Soft Washing:

  • Gentle Cleaning: Due to its low pressure, soft washing is a great way to gently clean away dirt, mold, mildew, and other grime. This is especially helpful for more delicate and fragile surfaces like roofs and siding. 
  • Chemical Solutions: Soft washing often uses chemical solutions to help break down grime rather than force. This makes it a much more gentle option for delicate materials. 
  • Cleaning without Damage: Soft washing is great for cleaning painted surfaces without washing away the paint. This allows for a thorough cleaning without damage. 

Pressure Washing:

  • High-Pressure Cleaning: When it comes to pressure washing, the technique uses a powerful stream of water to clean away tougher stains and grime. This is especially helpful for driveways, decks, and sidewalks.
  • Versatility: Pressure washing offers more versatility for different cleaning tasks. Some use it to help remove old paint before repainting, getting rid of tough stains, and cleaning large outdoors areas. 

Choosing the right method:

When selecting soft washing versus pressure washing, it is important to take into account the materials. In addition, we always recommend hiring a professional unless you absolutely know what you are doing and have the proper experience. Luckily, we now offer both of these services, making it easier for our customers and clients. Are you looking for pressure washing or soft washing? If so, we are here to help. Give us a call today!

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