Clean your patio as outdoor patios tend to get dirty fast and therefore need frequent cleaning. But heres the thing, the patio or deck cleaners one buys nowadays contain harsh and toxic chemicals. These of course also damage and kill all natural insect life as well as kill your plants and flowers.
Has this happened to you?
There are a number of non toxic green solutions to help us clean our patios.
High Pressure Patio Clean with Water:
Most times using a high pressure cleaner using water alone can get your patio clean without the added chemicals. However, its important to get a professional pressure cleaner to do the job as using a power washer can damage patios if not used correctly. Pressure Cleaner Miami has the right solution by using a water hose with the correct size spray nozzle attached to wash the dirt away. Normally this will be enough to clean the dirt and grime but sometimes a little scrub or agitation may be required for stubborn dirty areas.
Soft wash patio clean with Oxygenated Bleach:
A soft pressure wash with oxygenated bleach added will work wonders without the negative side effects. Pressure Cleaner Miami uses a mix of oxygenated bleach with soap rather than the chlorine based bleach which is more plant and flower friendly. Oxygenated bleach contains sodium percarbonate and when mixed with water releases thousands of tiny bubbles that help break down dirt and grime. Oxygenated bleach is safe for use on most surfaces, and won’t kill plants, flowers or grass. Our formula has been created over many years and will not create a toxic patio. It can also be used on other surfaces like wood or concrete without discoloring or emiiting harsh fumes.
High Pressure Cleaning Washing Considerations
Always remove all objects from the area of the surface about to be cleaned. A generous sweep with a broom or a good blow with a blower is recommended before a patio clean. Remember the cleaner your surface is before you start the easier it will be to high pressure clean. A good pressure cleaning company will make sure any furniture is removed before lightly hosing down the area before pressure cleaning begins. The pressure cleaner will assess the patio and decide whether to use the “green” chemical mix or not. If chemicals are used once the cleaning process is done we with rinse the areas a number of times to make sure any trace of chemical is gone. Allow the area to dry out before replacing any furniture to prevent possible sliding on the wet damp surface.