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Our company takes pride in offering top-quality external commercial cleaning jet washing services for hard surfaces. We prioritise not only the effectiveness of our services, but also the safety of our clients and team members. We use only the best cleaning products that are gentle on the surfaces we work on but still effective in removing dirt, grime, and organic stains. Safety is a top priority at our company, and we adhere to strict safety procedures to ensure the safety of everyone involved. Our experienced team takes all necessary precautions to guarantee a safe and successful cleaning job. Clients can trust us to provide a thorough and safe cleaning service for their roofing needs. Don’t hesitate any longer – contact us today to see how we can help you achieve a clean and well-maintained surface.
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Why pressure washing jet gets things cleaner.
There’s a good scientific reason why water gets things so clean: its molecules have a slight electrical polarity (one end is positively charged and the other is negatively charged), so they tend to stick to things all by themselves. detergents (soap chemicals) help water to do its job even better by breaking down gunge and grease and making it easier for water to flush away. But some kinds of ground-on dirt just won’t budge, no matter how hard you try.
That’s when a pressure washer comes in handy. It uses a narrow, high-pressure jet of hot or cold water to blast dirt free. Because the water is traveling fast, it hits the dirty surface with high kinetic energy, knocking dirt and dust away like a constant rain of tiny hammer blows. It’s only water, though, so it doesn’t damage most hard surfaces. Having said that, it’s a good idea to test a pressure washer on an inconspicuous area before you start work to make sure it doesn’t harm the surface you’re cleaning. Always read the instructions before you use a pressure washer. water jets pressurized at about 100–200 times the pressure of the air around us (that’s 1500–5000psi).
A pressure washer usually comes with five nozzles: 0-degree, 15-degree, 25-degree, 40-degree, and 65-degree. They range from super strong to weaker, respectively. We recommend starting with a 40-degree nozzle and working up to zero. The 65-degree nozzle is best for dispensing soap.
Flawless and reliable process
At Tip Top Surfaces Ltd Services, customer satisfaction is our priority, and we strive to exceed expectations with our technical expertise, attention to detail, and quality craftsmanship.
Consultation and Assessment
We start by understanding your cleaning needs and conducting a thorough assessment to develop a customised solution.
Our experienced team carries out the project with precision, following industry best practices and utilising quality materials.
We maintain open communication throughout the process, providing regular updates and addressing any concerns you may have.
Sudden Discovery by Frank W. Ofeldt II
The origin of pressure washers leads us back to 1927 when the Volstead Act was in full swing. This act was a legal barrier to trades related to alcoholic beverages in the US. As the alcohol traders were facing losses, they collaborated to create an underworld alcohol business to continue supplying without getting caught.
Soon this illegal bootlegging became popular and started gaining ground among commoners like Frank W. Ofeldt II the inventor of pressure washers. Frank discovered pressure washers accidentally in 1926 while figuring out how to design his portable whiskey. In the process, he discovered that when the nozzle of the steam outlet faces downwards, it directs steam on the floor and the grease starts crawling.
He was intelligent enough to understand that steam, a gasified liquid lacking mass and body, can just make the grease crawl and not permanently remove it. But he was passionate enough to find a way out to wipe off the grease effectively. Then started his journey of creating the master machine!