Jet Washing

Jet washing is also known as power washing and pressure cleaning, but it is a more specific way to refer to using an electrically powered hosepipe with substantial water flow and pressure to wash surfaces. It has a much more targeted and effective effect on grime, dirt and other substances that are difficult to remove with a brush or garden hose and can be used for a wide range of commercial and domestic cleaning tasks.

In aviation, Jet Wash is the turbulent air generated by a jet aircraft that creates turbulence that can cause other planes to lose control or crash. The term is used most often in the TOPGUN movie when Maverick flies too close to Goose and is hit with a “Jet Wash”.

A professional commercial jet washer will be able to quickly clean a wide variety of surfaces without causing damage, leaving them looking like new. This includes exterior building surfaces such as paving, patios, decking and driveways as well as indoor spaces such as industrial kitchens, showrooms and retail outlets. In addition, jet washing bristol can be used to remove graffiti and other unwanted substances from surfaces and structures such as walls, roofs and fences.

The benefits of a jet washing service include:

Cleaning your property with a jet washer will help to remove harmful substances that can have a negative impact on health, such as algae, mildew and moss, which can build up in places that are hard to reach with a regular brush or soap chemicals. It will also remove allergens such as bird droppings, which can pose a hygiene risk and reduce the life of any materials that they come into contact with.

When used by experienced professionals, a jet washer can be a powerful and efficient tool for removing tougher stains, such as oil or grease spots, or chewing gum that has accumulated on a wall or paving slab. It is also an effective tool for removing tough stains from vehicles, such as motorbikes and quad bikes that have been left to dry in the sun or brickwork.

There are some common mistakes that can be made with a DIY jet washer, including spraying too close to the surface of the material you are trying to clean or using too high a pressure for the job at hand. The wrong nozzle attachment can also damage surfaces, for example it is possible to blast through the wood grain of decking or break up the mortar pointing between paving slabs.

For these reasons, it is always best to leave jet washing tasks to the experts who can ensure that you get a fast and effective clean that will not damage the surface of your property. As this is their core business, they can bring a level of expertise and practical knowledge that cannot be replicated by a homeowner trying to use a pressure washer for the first time. They can also provide you with advice about the correct products and techniques to use for different types of surfaces.