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A team of 3 pressure wash technicians clean the exterior of this 3-story building in Phoenix, Arizona. Technicians cleaned the building to remove large quantities of bird droppings and other dirt/debris. Pigeons had been roosting in the trees nearby and also in the stairwells of the building. The stairwells and all surrounding walkways were chemically treated, steam-cleaned and pressure washed to disinfect any bacteria, mold, or fungus that may have been present in the bird droppings.

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Five ACME Powerwash technicians used 4 industrial, skid-mounted power washers to clean concrete and exposed aggregate at the Arizona Science Center and Heritage Square last Wednesday. Crews used an industrial-grade chemical detergent to prepare the surface and help remove dirt, debris, grease, grime, tire marks, etc.

To see more photos like this one or to learn more about how pressure washing is such an effective method of cleaning concrete, please visit http://www.pressurewashphoenix.net/.

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