Everything You Need to Know About Pressure Washers

Pressure washers are very common tools that can clean buildup and growth that cause stains and decay. Pressure washer power is determined by PSI and water flow aka GPM. PSI is pounds per square inch pressure and GPM is gallons per minute. The higher the GPM, the faster the cleaning. There are electric and gas pressure washers. An electric washer is quieter whereas a gas pressure washer is much more powerful. You also have a variety of nozzles to choose from, so pick the one that best fits your needs.

Key Takeaways:

  • There are two types of pressure washers, electric and gas. Electric washers are quieter whereas gas washers are stronger and used for deeper cleaning.
  • You need to choose the correct nozzle when spraying because if not you could damage your concrete and break window seals or damage decks.
  • Before picking a pressure washer, make sure you find one with a safer choice label to prevent harm to your landscapes and equipment via toxic chemicals.

“Choosing the correct PSI is crucial in pressure washing, as the higher the PSI, the more force the water will have on the surface you’re cleaning.”

Read more: https://simplegreen.com/news-and-media/pressure-washing-essentials/

SKYVAC Gutter Cleaning System


We are so excited to introduce SKYVAC to our ladder free DIY cleaning rental options!

The SkyVac is a lightweight system for home, commercial and industrial vacuuming specifically designed for cleaning gutters, high ceilings and long-reach spaces.

The system consists of a vacuum with:

  • Super strong, super lightweight long carbon fiber vacuum poles reaching up to 40ft
  • Carbon fiber telescopic pole for the most effective and efficient cleaning
  • Inspection video camera (optional)
  • Recordable monitor to receive images from the inspection camera (optional)

You’ll be able to vacuum your gutters from the safety of the ground and get those high level ledges, window sills, fan blades, ceiling and walls clean without the danger of climbing a ladder.

And if you need to explore the upper parts of your house to check for a bees nest in your gable or find out how bats are entering your attic – the video camera and needed poles can be rented separately from the vacuum to keep you safe on the ground.

For more info or to reserve this product please visit our catalog here.

Ionic Window Cleaning System


We are very excited to add the Ionic TRION™ window cleaning system to our ladder free DIY cleaning rental options!

The Trion on-site solution is a 3-stage Reverse Osmosis and De-ionisation Reach & Wash® system. With enough power for a steady supply of water up to 80ft, the gas powered booster pump can deliver to wherever you need it.

Not only is TRION™ the best solution for cleaning your windows, but it’s also perfect for siding and even the black streaking on your gutters. It’s portable, lightweight and without needing a ladder you’ll be the safest you’ve ever been cleaning your home!

For more info or to reserve this product please visit our catalog here.

How to Remove Wallpaper Using Solvents or Steam | HGTV

It can be difficult to remove wall paper but it doesn’t have to be, you can get it done with a few tools as long as you remember safety and follow directions. Some wallpapers can be pulled away just from pulling on them but that’s not always the case, sometimes steam is necessary to break the adhesive bond it has to your wall. If you start at a seam or corner and start to pull and there is no tearing or damage to the wall underneath, you may not need steam to remove it.

Key Takeaways:

  • In order to remove wallpaper, you will need solvent, sheeting, TSP, a spackling compound, sandpaper, a perforating tool, scraping tools, a steamer and rubber gloves.
  • Before you remove the wall paper you’ll need to prepare the room. Remove all of the electrical plates, telephone jacks and any wall obstructions. Tape over outlets and switches for extra protection.
  • After you remove the wallpaper, the best way to clean a wall is to mix hot water with a small amount of TSP and dip a sponge in it and wipe it down.

“Some wallpapers, particularly the foil and water-resistant types, are strong and made with glues that easily release when they are pulled away from the wall.”

Read more: https://www.hgtv.com/design/decorating/design-101/how-to-remove-wallpaper-using-solvents-or-steam

What Type of Work Can Be Done by an Air Compressor?

The most common types of air compressors you will see are powered either electrically or by gas. An air compressor converts electrical energy to kinetic energy and is really good for things like carpentry and building. Air compressors also are a great aid with regards to spray painting. You can use an air compressor to power some tools as well like a power wrench or drill. There are a ton of different things you can use air compressors for which is what makes them so valuable.

Key Takeaways:

  • Air compressors have several functions, including powering pneumatic systems, filling gas cylinders, and even have different household uses.
  • The two main types of air compressors are gas or electric power, and each have pros and cons.
  • The best benefit of any air compressor is that it is relatively quiet, as only one motor is required to run the unit.

“Air compressors are machines that can be used for a variety of applications. In general, they power a number of useful air tools used for construction work or building, such as jackhammer, air sanders, air impact wrenches, and grinders, to name a few.”

Read more: https://www.aircompressortalk.com/type-work-can-done-air-compressor/