Here is a collection of frequently asked questions that we have put together to assist you. If you have any other questions, not listed here, feel free to call or send an e-mail.
Cold Pressure Wash vs Hot Water Pressure Wash?
Cold pressure washers are ideal for removing dirt. However, if the surface you are cleaning is mixed with oil or grease, a cold water pressure washer won’t clean as well as a hot water pressure washer.
Think of it like washing greasy dishes in the sink. No matter how much soap you use, you are only smearing the grease around in cold water. Add hot water, and it cuts through the grease and oil in no time. The same applies to cleaning with a pressure washer. If oil or grease is present in any form, you will need a hot water pressure wash. Contact Full Throttle Power wash company.com to learn more about hot and cold pressure wash – our highly trained experts will walk you through a comparison and help you figure out which one is best suited for your dirty jobs.
Should I Pressure Wash B4 I Paint?
Absoutley, never paint prior to pressure washing the surface to be painted. If you fail to pressure wash first your professional paint job will likely not last a year if your lucky. In addittion the debri and dirt will surface through the paint and will look extremly tacky, and your efforts will be fruitless and more expensive than the intial cost.
HOW COST EFFECTIVE IS IT TO PRESSURE WASH?
Think of pressure wash as maintenance for you most valuable assests. If you purchase a vehicle and never have the oil change or your filters change or new brakes and tires and never have your vehicle cleaned. How valuble would your vehicle now be worth?