Hello from Wash Safe Industries! The season is in full swing here. We're keeping busy keeping our shelves stocked with your most trusted products like Spray & Clean Composite Deck Cleaner, Wash Safe Supreme and Cedar Seal among others. It is a balancing act to keep it all in place, ship it out on time and make you feel like your business is appreciated (it is big time) and that your voice is heard. We wanted to go a step further and reach out to you to make sure we're answering all your questions so we asked you on Facebook and Instagram this week. Questions came in on our channels and in our inboxes so we're sharing below. If there's other questions you have, you know where to find us. Have a great weekend and thank you for choosing Wash Safe to solve your cleaning problems!
- The Wash Safe Team
How long is the Deck Wash good for after its been "activated"?
Can you downstream Wash Safe products for a house wash?
How long do I leave cleaners on before rinsing?
Why are you Soft Tip Nozzles different?
These "Quick Connect" tips are universal washing tips that connect to the end of any pressure washer with a "quick connect coupler (most every pressure washer has these connectors on the end of the wand) they were purchased exclusively for cleaning with the Wash Safe products.
The "Soft Tip" limits the pressure and softens the impact on any surface that is being pressure washed, use of these tips will drastically limit the potential damage that a "stock" pressure washer tip may cause. Stock tips scar wood on decks,mark up siding and also remove the granules from the roof shingles.
The "Soft Tip" may be used on any surface and will quickly become your favorite tip to clean with, once you clean with one you will put away the stock tips. You can notice the round circular opening in the end of the tip, a stock tip has a flat narrow tip that produces a sharp, knife like spray of water that, like a knife cuts up surfaces, especially wet soft wood and roof shingles. These tips are the roof and deck cleaning contractors tips of choice. If you are cleaning a deck or roof we highly suggest the use of this tip to limit potential damage.