BUILD YOUR OWN SOFT WASH SYSTEM
Do you wonder how to BUILD YOUR OWN SOFT WASH SYSTEM? Traditional pressure washing remains effective for many concrete surfaces such as driveways, sidewalks, and pool decks. But for cleaning roof and vertical wall surfaces, we always recommend soft washing. This helps prevent damage to the surface and other aspects of the exterior property. In this video, I teach you how to build your own soft wash system.
SOFT WASH PUMP STATION AND AIR COMPRESSOR
To build your own soft wash system, you will need a pump station and an air compressor. We always ship the pump station separately from the compressor to prevent damage in transit. In fact, we use an inflatable packing material to provide maximum protection. The pump station is two 5 gallon per minute flow jet pumps stacked together. So it’s actually a 10 gallon per minute machine. You cannot get a higher gallon per minute machine, even though you may see advertising stating otherwise.
ATTACHING THE TWO
To BUILD YOUR OWN SOFT WASH SYSTEM, you attach the pump station to the air compressor. Be sure and check out the full video for all the tools are steps in order to complete this step. The cam locks can be tricky so I provide in depth suggestions for some of the complications that might arise. We always recommend putting the cam locks on before installing the full pump station plate.
Drilling holes can be a challenge when you build your own soft wash system. But the simple solution is to just remove the manifolds. So I walk you through step by step how these come off very easily. This will allow for drilling precisely straight holes after making a mark on all four holes. My preference is to remove the pump station after making the marks before drilling the holes. Slow and steady drilling is a key to this project. Then you attach all four lock nuts to the back of the bolts and tighten.
OTHER SOFT WASH SYSTEM STEPS
There are several additional steps if you want to build your own soft wash system. Connecting to the compressor, plumbing, and how to operate the pump station just to name a few. Here is another great video for more information on the Kinglinsger. I provide monthly training events in Houston that includes on the job training and classroom instruction. It’s a great time to expand your skills and get to know a few new friends in the business!