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Sometimes the little things can make all the difference. Here are a few hints: When washing vehicles, spray on soap with a pressure washer or foamer from the bottom up. Rinse from the top down. Remember to blow off the big stuff, like mud and snow before applying soap. Detergent can’t work on surfaces it can’t touch, such as those …
It is true that hot water cleans better than cold water, but how hot is too hot? Typically, steam cleaners, or hot pressure washers without adjustable thermostats will heat water to approximately 200+°F. This temperature is great for degreasing, but is too hot for vehicle washing. We have found that warm water, approximately 100°F works the best for vehicle washing.
When selecting a pressure washer, it is important to remember that volume is more valuable in most cleaning applications than pressure. Volume is more effective in dispersing dirt than pressure. Pressure is definitely important, but if you are ever faced with an option of more pressure or more volume when choosing a washer, choose more volume.
The term “pretreatment” means the treatment of wastewater by commercial and industrial facilities to remove harmful pollutants before being discharged to a sewer system. Objectives of Pretreatment By placing controls and/or limits on levels of certain pollutants in wastewater discharged to your sewer system, you: Prevent interference with the operation of your wastewater treatment plant Prevent the introduction of pollutants …
Many small pressure washers equipped with low pressure, downstream soap injection, or machines with variable injection, are not capable of precise chemical metering. Many injectors of this type can draw as much as 40 ounces per minute or more when fully opened, more than twice the typically necessary soap draw. Unfortunately, there is really no easy way to restrict soap …