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How to wash a Trex deck

Waterworks NW get many requests “How to wash a Trex deck“. Both requests for cleaning and just general information on how to safely clean them. In the Northwest, with all of the mold and mildew deck cleaning is usually a yearly process. And since refinishing a cedar deck is so expensive lots of people are […]

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How to wash a vinyl fence

Here is a short video series on how to wash a vinyl fence. We wash them quite a bit. In the Northwest with so much rain, mold and mildew are a real problem. A simple and effective way to wash vinyl fencing is to use a solution to kill mold and algae and simply rinse […]

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Pressure Washing Pacific University

We were asked to provide a pressure washing bid for Pacific University’s Lincoln Park Stadium. The aluminum bleacher area was covered in mold and mildew and needed a good power washing. The challenges presented were all the various angles, cracks and crevices and just general stadium debris. We first blew the stadium stands of misc […]

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Driveway cleaning

Check out the difference one pressure washing pass with a landa water jet can make on this very dirty and moldy concrete.

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Safe Practices

Safe Practices Used to Clean Your Home and Property After a homeowner has spent some time in their house, they may begin to notice that the exterior appears to have faded in color and has become dirty. There are many different tools and techniques that can be used to clean a home, but the owner […]

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house washing video

Mark applying the house washing solution to the siding. This is a pre-treatment for mold and algae that is currently growing on the siding. After a 10 minute dwell time this solution is simply rinsed off taking with it all the dirt and mildew that was previously on the siding.

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house washing video 2

After the solution has had a dwell time of 10 minutes we rinse the siding which carries off the dirt and mildew. You can see in the house washing video that there isn’t any pressure that would harm the siding.

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