Deck Refinishing Process
Pressure Washing and Power Washing
As part of the deck refinishing process, Carlton Cleans recommends removing dirt, mold, algae, and fungus from your decks surface. Pressure washing and power washing have been the primary method of cleaning decks for many years. Over time, professionals that specialize in deck refinishing projects, have begun to add cleaning chemicals to the deck cleaning process. Adding chemicals to the cleaning process allowed for the use of low water pressure rinsing resulting in less overall wood fiber damage.
At Carlton Cleans we changed the deck cleaning process by removing the use of the high power pressure washer. Instead, Carlton Cleans uses hand scrubbing and a low-pressure chemical sprayer. Although more time consuming than high power pressure washing, hand scrubbing is gentle on the wood and prevents unnecessary wood fiber damage.
Additionally, Carlton Cleans uses a lower ratio chemical agent than many other companies. Our lower chemical ratio is better for the environment yet still effective because of the hand scrubbing process.
What to Expect During Our Deck Cleaning Process
Step 1: Application of cleaning agents
To prevent the cleaner from drying too fast, deck refinishing specialists generally wet the deck prior to the application of the cleaning agents. After a quick wetting of the surfaces, the cleaning chemicals are applied in an even layer.
Contact Carlton Cleans Today
Consider a deck refinishing project to ensure your deck has the protection it needs to sustain everyday life and the outdoor elements. Contact us today for a free quote or to discuss our other home improvement services.
Carlton Cleans Pressure Washing
Carlton Cleans provides quality pressure washing, power washing, deck cleaning, deck staining, roof cleaning, gutter cleaning, and exterior painting services in Maryland.
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