Why Should You Shop With Us?
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.
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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?
Apr 10, 20:01
When you purchase the X-Jet nozzle, the package will come with a set of proportioners. DON'T THROW THESE AWAY!! What's great about these little guys is that you can make a standard wash mix and use the proportioners to dilute your mix just the way you like it. Working on a roof structure and need a little stronger mix? Change the proportioner. Working on vinyl and want a little weaker mix? Change the proportioner. Most folks will find 2 or 3 proportioners that they will consistently use and store the others. If we are being honest....the others will probably get lost or tossed! Now the favorites that you use consistently will wear over time. Water pressure will wear many surfaces and the proportioners will wear as well. Replacement proportioners are available and they aren't too expensive. Nothing worse than having to replace the entire tool for one part. The X-Jets do have replacement parts....so if you have lost a part or broken a part....don't toss it. Give us a call and we will be happy to help you get working again. The question we see most often relates to finding the PERFECT house was mix and what proportioner to use. The answer should include specific information about your GPM, PSI, Bleach Strength and Soap directions. With all these variables, it's no wonder why a new guy or gal can get confused! Here's a quick link to some of the replacement parts for the X-Jet nozzle. https://parts-for-pressure-washers.myshopify.com/collections/x-jet-nozzles?page=2
Apr 10, 16:43
This year, folks seem to love the Whisper Wash Classic surface cleaners. We carry the entire line of Whisper Wash products as well as replacement swivels when the times comes! https://parts-for-pressure-washers.myshopify.com/search?type=product&q=whisper+wash
Apr 08, 15:48
Looking for quick access to a nozzle chart? Here you go... https://parts-for-pressure-washers.myshopify.com/collections/nozzles
Mar 31, 20:55
Mar 30, 17:45
Are you a woman in the pressure wash industry? There are a surprising number of women in the industry who fulfill a variety of roles from owners, administrators and employees. We've created a small group just for you!
Mar 23, 16:33
This is the season where you can make great strides to advance your business or you can make mistakes and bad choices that in the end cost your business money. Remember that your equipment is the most important part of your business. Try to reserve some of your income for equipment maintenance expenses. We've seen a number of newer units come in for service lately. Remember that when the price point on a machine or a piece of equipment seems "to good to be true", it's best to stop and ask some questions. This list is not all inclusive...just a few that come to mind. When comparing machine equipment, we recommend comparing pump sizes and manufacturers. Lower price point machines typically will use lower quality pumps. Beware of skimping on your machine's pump as it is literally the heart of your unit. Best to check on the prices of pump replacement parts. When comparing surface cleaning equipment, we recommend comparing swivels because the swivel (spins the rotor arm) is 90% of the machine. Also compare the housing or cover of the surface cleaner. It can be made of plastic or more durable stainless steel. Lower price point surface cleaners will typically have a plastic cover and a lesser quality swivel. Best to check on swivel repair or replacement kits. We don't carry the lower quality products because the repairs become expensive and a nuisance to our customers. When comparing reclaim equipment, we recommend comparing CFMs which reflates to the strength or suck power of the machine. Check if the unit has an auto pump-out feature and/or filtration capabilities. The more CFMs and the more features the unit has, the price will rise. When comparing trigger guns, consider the durability and reliability of the unit as well as the cost of future repair kits. Trigger guns are a wearable item and we've not found any that are impervious to damage or wear. We hear complaints daily from contractors who purchased the "cheap" gun at a big box store and it broke after a single day and then have buyer's remorse. Try to create a Maintenance Fund for equipment maintenance and repair. Your equipment will operate for a tremendous number of hours over your busy season. Breakdowns will happen regardless of your equipment brand although less frequent with quality parts. And if you aren't comfortable with a wrench in your hand, find a service professional quick! You can do a lot of damage if you are unsure of the processes to repair and replace certain components. We usually have a "Whoops of the Week" within the Service Department. Last week we had a customer who replaced his pump valves and put them in upside down, added o-rings that weren't needed and reassembled with too much torque which flattened the valves. THAT was an expensive "whoops". We would also encourage you to check your warranty information. Many parts do have individual warranties that are warranted by the product manufacturer. Our customers are assisted through warranty processes, if needed, so that the process is as easy as it can be. We certainly don't want your business to experience downtime so our goal is to keep you running or get you back running as quick as possible. Have a great rest of your morning. #powerwasherskeepitclean
Mar 21, 21:13
Mar 06, 16:42
Rust removal from concrete in the past would include jackhammers, backhoes and new cement. Nah....it wasn't that bad but the results that can be achieved with today's rust removal products...some are really amazing. As with many other products that are included in our product line, we have personally used F9 BARC and our Soaps 'N Sudz Exterior Acid Wash ( https://parts-for-pressure-washers.myshopify.com/collections/soaps-n-sudz ) on rust and other mineral stains. Both of these products are extremely popular amongst professional pressure wash contractors, painters and even some lawn care professionals. F9 BARC ( https://parts-for-pressure-washers.myshopify.com/collections/concrete-cleaners/products/f9-barc-1-gallon-jug
Mar 02, 15:44
Oh heavens.....a post was made on a forum and wow.... So the question was something like "should I add a degreaser to my house mix"? My answer was something like "is there grease on the house"? Today's soaps contain surfactants and active ingredients to help lift dirt and grease away from the substrate and also help to disperse bleach across the surface. Yesterday's soaps (5+ years ago) also used surfactants and active ingredients to help lift dirt and grease away. So what's the difference? Today's formulations add in things to make the products bleach-stable and sheeting agents to help with spotting. And in the eco-friendly world, many new products are much more friendly to the Earth. Our product line contains a mix of the "old" and the "new". Some customers prefer the old soap formula, Ultra Grime Shine, that has a stronger active ingredient and doesn't have the bleach stability or the sheeting agents. Most homes have a combination of atmospheric dirt that includes things like jet fuel residue so when soaps and chemicals are formulated, these factors are considered. Some of the newer formulations actually work really well on the gutter tiger stripes. In the past, it was almost necessary to use a secondary product to work on those. But with improvements in soaps, we get fantastic results on gutters with our House and Roof Wash. It's a very interesting process. My father has a 30 year chemistry background and it has been fun connecting with him when talking about our products. Working with our chemical manufacturers has also been informative and interesting. It's amazing the amount of work that goes into changing a product formulation. Slight changes to the formulation sometimes require an entire re-work of the product. Ok....so my question is why would you add a SECONDARY product that contains SIMILAR ingredients and components to the soap that you are already using? It's like washing your dishes and mixing 2 dishwashing liquids. If you WANT to add the extra product, you can....nothing wrong with it at all....I can't justify the extra expense. It is WRONG to add in some of a secondary product? Heck no....go for it. If you like the results you achieve, then I would make that recipe your standard mix. Keep in mind, that unique environmental concerns, could encourage you to use a soap with higher degreasing capabilities. Parking garage cleaners might rather use a surfactant with stronger degreasing capabilities. Think about the type of environmental dirt and debris that you would encounter in a parking garage. There are some soaps and chemicals on the market that are designed to handle HEAVY greases like those that would be found at gas stations, drive thrus and on heavy equipment. In these circumstances, a soap with a stronger degreaser content might be more appropriate. DE-OIL-IT, a product that has been approved by the US Coast Guard for use in fuel spill remediation, might be an extra treatment on some of serious stains. This product will change the molecular structure of the oil and it will turn into inert dirt that can be washed away. Soaps that have been specifically designed for house washing many times have sheeting agents that help to keep the windows from streaking and reducing spotting. So as much as I could use our EPC mixed with some bleach and wash a house....I am going to get better results using our House & Roof Wash with includes degreasing properties and has the sheeting agents. In this business....it's important to watch your bottom line. There is no secret recipe. There is no one single "right" way. It's hard work but using the right soaps and chems can make it easier. Have an awesome morning.
Mar 01, 23:02
Seriously....this stuff is good....and cheap. A single gallon will get you 16, 5-gallon pails of house wash. Divide that by the price and you spend about a buck and a quarter per bucket. We use both our Bleach Beast (Comet P36 Soft Wash Pump) and a 4 GPM 3500 PSI belt drive cold water machine along with an X-Jet nozzle to deliver the soap & bleach mix. This soap is so versatile that it can be used on vinyl, brick, concrete, wood (for a light wash). When we developed this soap with the chemist, we went back and forth to tweak the formula based on our feedback and also the feedback from several contractors in various parts of the country. It's super-important to make sure that the product will work in a variety of environments. Why use soap? Our soap formulation actually helps spread your bleach across the surface. You use soap to wash your hands, right? You use soap to wash your car, right? You use soap to wash your body, right? You use soap to wash your clothes, right? And when the time is right, you might add bleach to the mix or treat a stain with a degreaser. There's no need to make the process any harder. A quality soap will make a tremendous difference in your results. Seriously. And the bleach debate.....wow..... Don't be afraid of bleach because it is effective in killing growth. Use it responsibly at safe strengths along with a good quality soap. Our House and Roof Wash has a patented deodorizer package that masks the scent of bleach for those customers who don't want to smell it. And no...the word "bleach" is not the answer for every stain. The word on the street is something like this.... Grease stain? - bleach Mud stain? - bleach Concrete dirty? - bleach House wash? - bleach Every cleaning question cannot be answered with the single word "bleach". Use bleach on Georgia red clay and you just "set" that stain and it won't come out even using an acid like F9. Don't make that mistake. This soap is also what we call bleach-stable. For folks who mix large batches of bleach/soap and use it over the course of a week, there is no need to worry about the bleach degrading, clouding the mix and lowering the strength of the mix. When we work with our chemist, we talk specifically about the needs of contractors in the field and the types of stains and surfaces that they will be cleaning because it does make a difference. Go back to the washing dishes, washing hair and washing clothes....each one of those soaps has been designed specifically for its function. We would love for you to use our products. But if you choose not to, please find a good quality soap to use because it will help your business. Have a great evening and let us know how we can assist you. https://parts-for-pressure-washers.myshopify.com/collections/house-washing/products/8521-ecowash-house-roof-wash-1-gallon-size
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Good Friday morning to you! If you have jobs scheduled next week, make sure you get your orders in before 4 p.m. today for quick shipping.
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