How Pressure Washing Works Pressure washers, which many call pressure washers, are machines that spray water with immense pressure. Our Puyallup pressure washing service uses them to complete a range of tasks, primarily the removal of dirt, dust, grime, and mold. The level of pressure created by a pressure washer is described in pounds per square inch. Higher pounds per square inch means more pressure applied to the targeted surface. Our pressure washer pros know the exact pressure to clean your home flawlessly. Some pressure washers also offer attachments that add more functionality. For example, certain nozzles add detergent into the stream of water to produce cleaner surfaces. These attachments, called injectors, come in several forms. Which is appropriate for your property depends on the specific use case.
Pressure Washing Can be Dangerous
Pressure washers create immense force. As a result, your flesh can be seriously damaged if you expose any body part to the highly-pressurized water near the nozzle. Likewise, any solid particles in the water system fly through the water stream at very high speeds. These factors make pressure washers dangerous when used without an appropriate level of caution. Because these machines are sometimes dangerous, it is best to leave your pressure washing job to the Puyallup pressure washing professionals at Rainier. There is a chance you could be injured when using a pressure washer on your own, so why take the risk? Contact Rainier Window & Gutter Cleaning