On the day of the clean we'll usually start by sweeping the surface to remove any loose dirt and organic matter.
Then we'll move on to turbo jetting the perimeter, before pressure washing the main areas within. Very often we'll use a rotary flat surface cleaner to get this part of the job done quick and efficiently.
A regular power wash is environmentally friendly, using only normal tap water, applied at very high pressure.
Optionally, a deep clean chemical foam may be needed to eliminate stubborn organic stains and lichens.
A deep clean is a highly effective chemical treatment, leaving no lasting effects and and biodegrading very quickly.
If the driveway is made of block paving we'll return on a dry day to re-sand the blocks. This is an essential part of the process because it secures the blocks in position and prevents any movement.
If there are deep rooted weeds, it's best to treat them a week or two before pressure washing.
You can easily do this yourself with a glycophosphate weed killer such as Roundup, or we can do this when we first quote for the job.