Pressure Cleaning Melbourne

Guide to Pressure Cleaning Melbourne

Take a look at the exterior of your house. It might look like it has not accumulated any dust, grime, or mould. But the truth to be told, your exterior house will accumulate so much dust, grime, and mold that cannot be seen. However, it will take away the brand-new look of your house with time. But wait! There is a solution, Pressure Cleaning Melbourne.

It’s not as easy as it seems. Pressure cleaning can damage the floor if they are not done properly. High pressure exerted from the nozzles can damage even concrete floors if the cleaner does not know how to handle it.

Pressure cleaners are machines that increase the pressure of water that is connected through the hose. In this blog, we will cover a few topics that can get anyone started on Pressure cleaning.

  1. Types of Pressure Cleaners
  2. Types of nozzles used

Types of Pressure Cleaners

There are two types of pressure cleaners; Gasoline and Electric.

Each of these machines has its own advantages and disadvantages

Gasoline-powered pressure cleaners are more powerful, hence providing high pressure (measured in PSI). They can remove the dirt quickly. They also provide more options to work with. Moreover, these pressure cleaners do not need a power outlet meaning, the machines are very mobile.

Gasoline-powered pressure washers come with their own disadvantages. These machines need high maintenance and they are louder than the electric models.

On the other hand, electric pressure washers are emission-free and make less noise than the previous type. They are the most suitable for indoor cleaning as well.

However, electric pressure washers cannot produce very high PSI. Moreover, these pressure washers need a power outlet restricting the mobility of the machine.

Types of Nozzles

Pressure cleaners have 5 colour coded nozzles with a few more specialized ones. They are Red, Yellow, Green, White, and Black. Experienced Cleaners know how to use all of them.

Red Nozzles – They have a narrow 0-degree tip. They can damage most types of surfaces if used in a close proximity

Yellow Nozzles – Yellow tip creates a 15-degree angle. It is safer than using the Red Nozzle.

Green Nozzle – Green Nozzle creates a 25-degree opening. This is used for all-purpose household pressure washing

White Nozzle – White nozzles produce a 40-degree opening and it is suitable for exterior home cleaning. It can be used for window and door cleaning.

Specialized Nozzles

These pressure cleaning machines also come with an option to expand their capabilities. Some of them are listed below.

  • Surface Cleaner
  • Rotary Nozzle
  • Pressure Washing
  • Expandable Wand

If you are looking for an experienced pressure cleaner, you can always look for Ivory Cleaning Services. We will be able to help you out with any kind of pressure cleaning needs, call us now.

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