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Sep 21, 15:13
So here is a fence washed with our "Clean", then brightened with our "Illuminate". After this was sealed with our "Wet Wood Stain", which allows you to wash and stain the same day. It's a waterborne-oil-based stain. For all of your outdoor wood care need, see us at www.pressurewashoutlet.com !
Sep 20, 18:31
Sep 15, 16:01
While out exploring #irma damage, I've noticed the beginning of Fall acorn staining. We've been extremely busy with catch-up work so a longer post will be forthcoming. If you have had experience dealing with acorn staining and want to share your experiences (good and bad), feel free here. Have a great Friday.
Sep 13, 19:44
Thank goodness for generators! Hurricane Irma blew through North Georgia and left behind significant damage. We have been without power since Monday and we suspect it will be later in the week before we are restored. But work continues....albeit a little modified....so be patient with us as we work with the bare necessities. Irma has really affected all of the major shipping carriers (USPS, UPS and FedEx) and each is having significant delays. Our phone lines are still inoperable but we do have cell service. Feel free to contact us at 678.551.5961 for immediate assistance. Thank you for your support of our business and we hope to continue serving your businesses as well. Have a great afternoon!
Sep 13, 19:39
Sep 11, 20:09
Hurricane Irma has affected our power today as she rolls through the Atlanta area. You can reach us at 678.551.5961 for immediate assistance.
Sep 07, 16:49
Over the weekend, we had a few projects around the house. Let's be honest....that's EVERY weekend. We were focused on some wood projects that had been previously stained either with Ready Seal or our new Wet Wood stain product. Many of these projects have been recycled for use in our back yard from previous projects. For example, we had a kitchen renovation and removed 2 long built-in benches. With a little work, we were able to transform these into some excellent seating options around our fire pit area. Another project is a recycled deck that has been transformed into another seating area around a pond. This piece had an oil-based solid stain on it that was in bad shape. And the last project was a small wood pump house that is near the pond. This project was new wood that we plan to stain. We started with the recycled deck with the solid stain. The goal was to remove the old finish and stain again with a different product. After mixing our sodium hydroxide stripper (UNDO), spraying the wood and letting the product dwell, we thoroughly washed the deck using our 4 GPM 3500 PSI machine with a dual lance wand. Once this process was completed, we mixed the brightening product (ILLUMINATE), sprayed it and let it dry. No rinsing is needed. The other projects required a different approach because either the wood was new or like the benches from the kitchen renovation, had never been stained. These projects wouldn't require a tough cleaning product because we weren't trying to remove anything but rather just open the pores of the wood to prepare it to accept an oil-based stain. We utilized our MAINTAIN cleaner, sprayed it, let it dwell and then used our pressure washer again to wash these pieces. And like the other projects, we used the same brightener (ILLUMINATE) with the same process. The projects will now require staining.....another weekend project. You can consider some wood restoration projects with some basic knowledge. Practice using professional products and give a family member or friend a free deck cleaning and staining IF they are willing to be a guinea pig. What are some variables with wood restoration? The type of wood (hard woods, soft woods, exotics & composites) can make a difference in your process. The type of finish that may have been put on the wood can make a difference in your process as well. Does the wood have paint on it? Does the wood already have a stain on it? Is the stain oil-based or water-based or some type of acrylic? Removal can be easy when you are able to recognize the variables and determine your plan of attack. We don't recommend starting with expensive exotic hardwoods like IPE. We DO recommend starting with some standard pressure-treated pine that has never been stained. We can help you achieve excellent results and gain some confidence in your ability to start tackling some small wood restoration jobs. As your confidence grows, continue to learn about the different wood species and how to identify them as well as the finishes that are commonly used in the industry. What type of equipment was used? Because these were smaller projects, we utilized our pump-up sprayer to apply our chems but we do use our Drum Drainer Stain Sprayer system for larger projects. We used our 4 GPM 3500 PSI Pressure-Pro cold water unit with a dual lance wand and a green tip. Don't let wood frighten you. If you have questions or concerns, give us a call at 678.943.1488
Sep 06, 23:23
Today must be the day of burst hoses. Second customer with a horror story of a hose failure while working. A hose blow-out in close proximity to your body can cause SERIOUS injuries. Both of our customers were VERY lucky in that they were both using cold water machines, avoiding hot water burns, and both avoided serious injury. One blow-out occurred near a hand but the direction of the blow-out was downward away from his hand. The kick-back did still cause significant bruising. Must be that time of year. What time is that you ask? It's time to replace some of your hard-worked equipment. Your equipment is designed to last but each piece can have different wear patterns. Your equipment can include pieces like: pressure washer engine unloader whip lines ball valves poly hose high pressure hose nozzles trigger guns And if you have a hot water machine....that's another set of wearable items like coils, thermostats, thermal relief valves, pressure switches, etc. As your business grows and expands, it will become even more important to have a spare of many of these items to avoid downtime from breakdowns and worse....serious injuries.
Sep 05, 17:37
Jul 26, 16:22
Jul 22, 18:36
The Bleach Beast Complete can do 9 GPM but is set-up at 6 GPM at the gun and 145 PSI. This low-pressure applicator/washer is able to be plumbed into your water tank and with the three way ball valves, can easily switch from applying cleaner, to rinsing/flushing with water. (comes with the hose and fittings for water tank hook up) Stay on the ground and still get-er-done! $3,799.00 shipped to you.
May 24, 22:02
May 09, 21:33
Sometimes it just makes more sense to rent equipment. We have several options available to handle most any job. In the North Georgia area? Give us a call at 678.943.1488 for assistance.
May 02, 23:00
May 02, 17:23
May 02, 16:28
Looking for sodium hydroxide products? Take a look at our UNDO which is a blend of sodium hydroxide & a surfactant. http://ow.ly/Mo5q30bmoo4
May 02, 04:46
Our Wood Stripper (UNDO) is sodium hydroxide. It is an excellent wood stripper as well as an excellent concrete cleaner/degreaser.
May 02, 03:26
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Apr 12, 20:17
Answer this question.....3000 Pounds Per Square Inch of force hitting a surface....does the method of applying that force make a difference?
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