Pressure Washing Restaurants and Bars
Restaurants and bars can benefit from a good pressure washing service. Give your establishment the treatment it deserves.
Hot and Cold Water
It’s important to know when to use hot or cold pressurized water for cleaning. Use hot water to melt grease off and cold water to blast away dirt, mud, and sand.
There is a diverse range of nozzle tips you can pair with pressure washers. Typically, it is recommended to use a 40-degree or 25-degree nozzle tip for general cleaning and reserve the more powerful 15-degree nozzle tip for thick and stubborn pollutants. The 0-degree nozzle tip is rarely used, as those can easily damage surfaces.
Make use of different wand attachments during your cleaning process for more effective and efficient results. For hard-to-reach areas, attach an extension to easily clean high surfaces. There are also special attachments for gutters, such as the U-shaped attachment. Washh, however, uses ladders and lifts, along with safety harnesses and tether ropes, to more efficiently reach these areas. We also wash gutters by hand for better results.
To avoid damaging surfaces, adjust the pressure level according to the material that requires washing. Concrete can take higher pressure levels (2,500 to 3,000 PSI), whereas the more delicate wood needs only low pressure (500 to 1,200 PSI). Washh takes into consideration the material and its age when deciding on a pressure level. More often than not, we use soft washing techniques because it is safer and effective.