There are over millions of blinds
that need regular maintenance. For years people have tried to clean
blinds in a variety of ways. Some tried the rag and finger method,
some tried the bathtub method and some even tried the swimming pool.
People love their blinds but they hate to clean them. All blind
cleaners can effectively clean and accommodate all types of blinds
including micro and mini blinds, verticals, woven woods and pleated
shades; however blind cleaning with a pressure washer should only
be done by a professional. In most cases you will use only about
200 to 300 psi. To safely clean high or hard to reach blinds try
Wand or an Extension
As a professional, blind cleaning can be a very lucrative opportunity.
Starting the blind cleaning business is one of the best marketable
business ideas you could latch on to. If you give the right
amount of time and dedication, there will be no cap on your earnings.
No wonder, there is pleasure unlimited in being one's own boss.
A lot of ambitious people like you have made successful entrepreneurs
of themselves, as they mastered the principles of a successful blind
cleaning service. Once you have determined the pressure washer that
best fits your needs give Amazing Machinery a call.
Don't wait till your awning is filthy to clean it. More frequent
cleanings are better for the material because you can use a gentler
cleaning process and milder cleaners. There will also be less chance
of permanent stains forming. Additionally, most manufacturers require
regular cleaning to maintain the material's warranties. As a rule
of thumb, we have found that under normal conditions you should
clean fabric awnings 2 to 3 times per year and vinyl awnings 3 to
4 times per year. Metal should be done bi-annually. Our 513
general house wash is a great solution for most blind and awning
applications. A pressure washer can be a great time saver for rinsing,
removing debris and applying cleaners and sealers. But it can also
scar the fabric so be careful. When pulling the trigger of your
pressure washer point it away from the awning.
Whatever your need when pressure washing awnings or blinds, let Amazing
Machinery show you our unmatched technical support for your equipment.
We have a knowledgeable, courteous staff standing by to help you
with any pressure washing concerns.
Pressure Washing Tips Overview
- 0° Spray Tip – RED - This tip is
not recommended for wood applications, its
stream of water is to narrow and concentrated. This tip would
be ideal for concrete, and metal.
- 15° Spray Tip – YELLOW - This tip
is a heavy duty cleaning or stripping tip. You
can use this tip for cleaning concrete, loose paint, and driveways.
- 25° Spray Tip – GREEN - This tip
is for general washing purposes. You will find yourself using
this tip for your deck, siding, and your car.
- 40° Spray Tip – WHITE - This tip
has the least amount of impact. The white tip is great for rinsing,
cleaning out your gutters, and other sensitive jobs.
NOTICE: Amazing Machinery and/or the author of
any listed instructions on this website are in no way and/or can
not be held responsible for any damage and/or injury to any person,
pressure washer, or property being pressure washed by anyone attempting
to perform the recommendations contained herein. Always read the
product manual and use your pressure washer in a safe manner.
If you were not able to find the answer
you were looking for in this section call Amazing Machinery at 1-800-504-7435
to speak with one of our experienced pressure washing staff members.