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Summer is the ideal season for outdoor entertaining. Before lighting up the grill for that backyard summer pool party, however, take a moment to clean a few items so the food won’t be the only thing that leaves a lasting impression. Here are some items to pressure wash this season.
- Vinyl siding. Whether it’s on your home, tool shed, man cave, pool house… Vinyl siding is durable and cost-effective. While it’s low maintenance, it can easily collect dirt and grime from the great outdoors. Wash the siding at least once a year to help the building look its best. Aim straight at eye level and don’t point upward (water can collect behind the siding this way). You may need a mold and mildew remover depending on how dirty the siding is.
- They may not look dirty, but it’s highly likely your windows are covered in dust or pollen. Washing them once a month will help bring more sunlight into your home, illuminating rooms with natural lighting and helping you save on your electric bill.
- Your deck. Decks are built to endure sunlight exposure and harsh weather, but they can still get dirty over time. Pressure wash your deck once a year and seal with a coat of stain every few years to help preserve the deck and prevent splinters.
- Outdoor furniture. No one wants to sit down on dirty outdoor furniture! Make it look shiny and new again by giving it a good wash with your pressure washer. Just don’t wash the furniture on an already washed deck, as you’ll be spraying the dirt and grime from the furniture onto a newly cleaned surface.