How to Use an Industrial Pressure Washer Effectively

When using Detergents whilst cleaning with an Industrial Pressure Washer follow our tips to clean effectively and efficiently

  1. For surfaces or objects heavily contaminated with muck, dirt, grease or oil then first use the combination of "pressure", "flow" and (if applicable) "heat" to Pressure Wash off any residual heavy contaminants or dirt.
  2. If after this the surface is not cleaned to a satisfactory level, apply a "film" or "coating" of suitable detergent onto the surface or object and allow sufficient time for it to work at breaking down the contaminant.
  3. Switch off the detergent and use the combination of "pressure", "flow" and "heat" (if applicable) to Pressure Wash the surface clean, effectively removing all remaining contaminants and any residue detergent.

As the above process describes, detergent is only required to be applied when necessary, as one coating and then use the combination of "pressure", "flow" and "heat" (if applicable) to penetrate and sweep clean.

Subsequently detergent requires only short periods of use and is useless being applied on top of heavily contaminated muck, grease or oil which could be easily cleaned by Pressure Washing alone.