Pressure Washing

Pressure washing is the removal of loose paint, mold, filth, dust, muck, and dirt from surfaces and objects including buildings, cars, and concrete with high-pressure water spray. After pressure washing, you get a super clean concrete surface that was lying below all that dirt.

Any external surface with caked-on dirt, oil, plant debris, or other material across a significant surface area can be cleaned using a pressure washer. Avoid pressure washing live things, including humans, animals, and plants, to prevent harm. 

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Can You Pressure Wash Epoxy Floor

If you really want to then you can pressure wash epoxy floors. But, pressure washing is not really necessary for epoxy floors. It is a waste of time and resources. If epoxy floors are taken care of properly then pressure wash is never needed. Your epoxy floor may need pressure washing if you have installed low-quality epoxy floors. 

It is quite easy to clean epoxy floors. You don’t need advanced techniques like pressure washing to clean epoxy floors. They do not get dirty like other floors. You just need a broom, mop, and water to properly maintain epoxy floors. In some cases, cleaners like diluted ammonia may be needed. 

Areas where Pressure Washing Will Be Needed: 

  • Residential and commercial buildings’ exterior façades
  • Walkways, stairwells, patios, and sidewalks
  • Public areas such as stadiums, outdoor plazas, and parking lots
  • Many kinds of vehicles, such as automobiles, buses, trucks, and boats

Residential and commercial buildings’ exterior façades

People tend to ignore the exteriors of the house and buildings. They only clean the rooms they live in but do not care about the outside of the building. The exterior walls and roofs get filthy with all the mud that the wind carries. Even the birds and other animals make the walls and roofs dirty. These areas need cleaning every once in a while and pressure washing them is the best way to do it.

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Walkways, stairwells, patios, and sidewalks

These areas are the areas that receive the highest amount of foot traffic and also many vehicles drive in and out every day. Tire marks and mud carried by the vehicles get printed into the driveways and make them filthy. Also, there is the growth of algae in the driveways. Most of the time, weeds and other plants grow out from the joints of pavers which makes the pavers look bad and weakens the joint. Patios and sidewalks are mostly affected by these. Using pressure washing to clean these surfaces will ensure that these surfaces are free from dirt, algae, weed, and other things.

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Public areas such as stadiums, outdoor plazas, and parking lots

Public areas are places that hundreds and thousands of people visit every day. These many people visiting such places means that the places get very dirty from all the mud and shoe print all over the place. These mud pile up in these places. Cleaning such places requires a lot of time if cleaned with a broom and mop. Also, they aren’t as effective as well. Hence, we need to use pressure washing to clean these places because of its powerful stream of water.

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Vehicles, such as automobiles, buses, trucks, and boats

 When people drive off-road, their tires and the bottom of the vehicles pick so much mud, and they dry and become hard to get out. Your vehicle looks super bad with all the mud on the exterior. Also, vehicles like buses carry lots of people every day which makes the bus dirty and the seats get dirty as well. Using power washing to get those mud out will make your vehicles clean and also safe from corrosion.

Contact Best Coast Epoxy Coatings for any kind of Pressure Washing services. We are available 24×7 at your service.


Ryan Pepple

My name is Ryan Pepple and I am the founder/president of Best Coast Epoxy Coatings Inc. I do all the residential jobs myself and use a crew to complete commercial jobs. You can call the number mentioned on the site to talk to me.