Before giving your pool area a pressure washing treatment, you will want to remove anything loose that could be blown away, such as hanging plants, grills, lawn furniture, pool toys, pool equipment and more. The next step would be to remove heavy debris. This is sort of like when you are vacuuming at home, as you would pick up pennies and paperclips before you turn on the sweeper. Around the pool, you may find twigs, branches, leaves and even litter. After the debris is removed, the area to be pressure washed is usually pretreated with a mixture of water and detergent. Then, the area is washed using a pressure washer, adjusted to the appropriate pressure. In this case, a medium duty one, about 2000-2600 PSI will do. After letting the soap sit for about five to ten minutes, the area is rinsed and any excess dirt is washed away.
Relaxing by the pool should be just that, relaxing. And, when the pool area is just as sparkling as the water inside, that’s just what it will be- relaxing and enjoyable.
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