If you have noticed the recent trends surrounding pressure washing, there is a pretty good chance that you would have developed a healthy interest in taking part in this activity with your own two hands. However, your lack of experience in this industry leaves you poised to make a few massive mistakes that you would come to regret down the line. We feel like avoiding these mistakes can improve efficiency and efficacy several times over during pressure washing, so sit back while we tell you about a few of them.
The truth of the situation is that pressure washing is all about being conservative with your water consumption. This is because of the fact that most pressure washing rigs put out several gallons of water in a single minute, and allowing this water to flow freely would be so wasteful that you would be forced to feel a huge quantity of shame if you let this occur. It’s far better to switch the hose off in situations where it is not being aimed at a particular surface. This will maximize your productivity and make your pressure washing a lot more sustainable to boot.
We see a lot of neophytes who are trying pressure cleaning out for the very first time dropping the hose while the water is still on. If this high pressure jet is aimed at your grass, it might wash your lush greenery away thereby leaving your garden barren and desolate. This is not the kind of error that you would want to commit, so be really careful about switching the water off in between washing. Your water bill will get lower if you do so.