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Power washing is used frequently at restaurants because of the high-volume of foot traffic, food related spills, and large quantities of grease. Powerwash technicians can use industrial machines to steam-clean and powerwash all concrete surfaces including sidewalks, entries, handycap ramps, and garbage areas.

Clean concrete and a pristine appearance is one way to establish confidence in your patrons as they approach your restaurant.

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A power washing technician uses an industrial, skid-mounted pressure washer to steam-clean concrete around a Peoria, AZ hotel. The technician also used a rotating surface cleaner to ensure the deepest clean possible. Power washing the concrete is a great way to clean off dust and caked on mud from recent storms. The technician also cleaned off bird droppings, gum, paint drips, grime, spills and other debris.

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Steam and high pressure works well for washing and cleaning up garbage dumpsters and the concrete pads around trash areas. Grease and spills build up fast in these areas at restaurants, hotels, retail stores, and many other locations.

Watch out for maintenance crews using cold water pressure washers. They can’t achieve the same results you can get with steam and hot water, and often will damage (pit out) the concrete while trying to get out tough stains. We always use steam and hot water to blast away the gunk and grime that builds up around garbage dumpsters and trash receptacles.

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