Even your home needs a good bath! Pressure washing removes dirt, unsightly growth and even exterior mold.
How to Power Wash Siding and Windows
Materials and Equipment
- Soft cloth or rug
- Pressure washer to wash your windows and sidings
Step 1: Inspect your windows and siding carefully: This step is crucial to ensure there are no missing, cracked, or loose pieces as it needs to be repaired before washing.
– Note the “Watch Out” checklist: Following are some of the items to avoid and you need to be extra careful while power washing:
- Outdoor lights
- Existing damage or cracks to your house’s exterior
- Windows screen
- Screen doors
- Painted surfaces
Power Washing Siding and Windows
Step 2: Start washing using a pressure washer: Once you are done with all checks, you can start washing windows and sidings. It is advisable to start with a minimal pressure level and maintain a safe distance.
Step 3: Consider using an environmentally friendly cleaning product and concentrates which is safe for windows, sidings, landscapes, and sidewalks.