Soft Washing

What is Soft Washing, and how does it work?

Soft washing is a cleaning process that safely removes organic stains, mildew, and algae from outdoor surfaces using a low-pressure washing technique and a mixture of biocides or sodium hypochlorite, surfactants, and water.

What is the distinction between Soft Washing and Power Washing, often known as Pressure Washing?

Although the procedures, equipment, pressure, and chemicals used in soft washing, power washing, and pressure washing appear to be identical, they are not. Power washing and pressure washing require much higher water pressure than soft washing, and power washing is usually done with high pressure. To kill mould, mildew, bacteria, algae, fungus, moss, and other bacteria, the Soft Washing method is paired with a biodegradable sanitizing cleaning solution.

When is it OK to use the Soft Washing method?

Patios, driveways roof tiles, render, decking, cladding etc, and other surfaces can be difficult to clean with pressure or might be damaged if used with high pressure and should be soft washed. Soft washing was developed with the purpose of removing algae.