In a nutshell, soft washing is a technique that most commercial cleaners use when pressure washing is not appropriate. Soft washing is used most often used for cleaning home roofs, windows, and other surfaces where more brittle types of wood have been used in the construction process.
When mold stains a roof, for example, soft washing is more appropriate for removing it and restores the original beauty of the roof without causing damage to the shingles, the understructure, or the foundations of the building.
One common mistake made in using high-pressure washing, for instance, is its application when cleaning decks. Since the more pliant types of woods that are used in their construction can be damaged fairly easily, it’s wiser to use soft washing here.
Soft Washing is a low-pressure cleaning technique used for removing moss, algae, and black spot from potentially fragile surfaces that may be damaged when using high-pressure spraying equipment. Surfaces cleaned using Soft Washing commonly include conservatories, windows, and delicate roof materials (such as shingles or thatch).
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