COMMERCIAL PROPERTY CLEANING TIPS
This video features commercial property cleaning tips on a large, metal building with some unique challenges. There is a lot of limestone split face block which is very dirty because of its highly porous nature. Another description folks use for this is decorative block. Notice in the video the before and after photos that will give you a great feel for this project and how effective our cleaning methods turn out.
ADJUSTABLE CONE NOZZLE
I explain how we use an adjustable cone nozzle for cleaning this decorative block. Using a dedicated pump with the adjustable cone nozzle allows you to apply a gentle mist for this porous surface. We apply a 50% bleach mix mist so that the mix is not bouncing off the wall or running down onto the ground. I also show how we use an extension wand for this application method. We use the KINGSLINGER soft wash system to apply the mist mix. You can find the Kingslinger specifications and purchase options here.
DON’T FLOOD THE SURFACE
There is no need to flood a surface with bleach mix. This is especially true when applying solutions for roof cleaning. The goal is simply to get a nice, small coat onto the surface so that the bleach and the oxygen from the air can work together. In golf lessons, they usually advise something like “don’t try to kill it.” In other words, overpowering your swing is counterproductive. This also applies to the amount of bleach mix you put on the surfaces that you’re cleaning. Don’t kill it or overpower it.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WALLS
We could see both black and green mold or mildew colors on the metal walls. This is very common on surfaces where there is little exposure to the sun. Our first attempt at downstreaming was ineffective, so the Kingslinger came in handy for this part of the job as well. We apply a 30% with the 10 GPM Kingslinger soft wash system with the 0020 nozzle. There are more tips so be sure to check out the entire video! If you are interested in learning more about all the training options we provide, check out our extensive FAQ page.