Do you want to blow away the grime and dirt from surfaces? Pressure washing is a method for repairing and cleaning surfaces of all kinds. If you’re looking to use pressure washing for cleaning your home exteriors, below are some things that you should know. Listed here are the surfaces and things that you can possibly clean through pressure washing.  

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Don’t worry if you don’t have a pressure washer and you have no intention to buy a unit. These devices can be rented out in hardware stores or rental equipment centers. If you decide to rent them, ensure that you have a copy of the manufacturer’s instructions or a detailed tutorial on how to use the device before you start. 

Where to Use Your Pressure Washer  

If you’re wondering where you can possibly use power washing, here’s a list of surfaces that can withstand the process without getting damaged. Even so, seeking the help of a professional is highly recommended.  

1. Bricks  

If you need those brick walls or floors, you can use a pressure washer. Just make sure that you use the right cleaning solutions. Bricks and mortars can easily be washed on your own. Just watch out for those loose and chipped spots, as it may acquire additional damage. In case the mortar is damaged, patch it first. Give it time to dry and recover before using the pressure washer across it.   

2. Sidewalks  

If you have concrete sidewalks, then you’ll love the results of the pressure washing on it. Make sure that you use the right detergent for better results. Be sure to check for cracks and chips first. The pressure washer can also be used with stamped concrete, but you may have to secure it first. 

3. Stones  

Pressure washing will make the stones look good. However, some stones are a bit delicate. Granite may be okay but those stones that are composed of calcium may get eroded. Start with less pressure and just move up until you get the desired results. 

4. Siding 

If your home is made of vinyl, wood, or metal then you can use a pressure washer to clean it. However, you must extra care if the surface is painted. Use less pressure on those areas so as not to wash the paint off.  It’s also possible to clean stucco, but only when there are no cracks or holes in it.   

5. Gutters  

Gutter cleaning using pressure washing is quite common too. You may clean soffits as well. But before you do, test the area first. Spray everything off to ensure that everything’s safe. Wash the dirt from behind, making sure that no water or soil is pushed into the walls. 

6. Furniture  

Furniture that is made of wire and wicker can be pressure washed. These are the only types that can endure the force of pressure washing, but only at a lower temperature. Make sure that you’re not damaging any paint or finish. Check it out on a small area first.