PRLog - March 21, 2013 - GAINESVILLE, Ga. -- Spring has arrived and although some of the country is still in a deep freeze, it won't be long before the weather does warm and the house and yard maintenance begins. Pressure washing your home can be a gratifying experience as you are quickly able to freshen up the exterior appearance of your home.
Ready Seal Stain
Have you ever driven through your neighborhood and noticed the green growing on one side of the home? Most times, the growth is a combination of mold and mildew. It can be cleaned and removed with a pressure washer and the right cleaners.
Before you go grab your bleach and your pressure washer, let's think about this problem. Bleach will do an excellent job at killing the growth but it won't do anything to help lift and remove it away. You need a surfactant which is usually some type of soap. We recommend our "Soaps ' N Sudz" line of house wash products. Our Ultra Grime Shine is perfect for washing your house, concrete, driveways and sidewalks. This product contains a bleach product and a surfactant.
The folks at North American Pressure Wash Outlet (http://www.pressurewashoutlet.com) carry an entire line of house wash cleaners and chemicals. They also carry some specialty treatment products like "Seal ' N Lock" and "Ready Seal" for property that may be adjacent to your home like concrete, pavers and exterior wood decking.
You can find these products at http://www.pressurewashoutlet.com/