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There are a few different kinds and approaches to masonry cleaning.The
first and most essential step is to determine the strength of the existing
masonry so the appropriate method can be selected. The cleaning process
cannot harm the existing surface in any way.
A few different methods of masonry cleaning:
- Power Washing With Water Only - This technique
is frequently used on hard and soft surfaces such as Sandstone, Limestone,
Lannon Stone, Concrete. By controlling the amount of water pressure
and using the proper tip, it removes surface dirt and mildew staining.
- Power Washing With Acidic Chemicals -
This technique is typically used on hard and soft surfaces such as Sandstone,
Limestone, Lannon Stone, Brick, Concrete. Applying an acidic chemical
to the surface removes the chemical with high pressure water. It removes
surface dirt, heavy dirt, mildew stains and carbon stains.
- Sand Blasting With Air Pressure - This
technique is often used on only hard surfaces such as Lannon Stone,
Field Stone, Steel by using a fine grade sand and high air pressure.
It removes heavy mortar smears, paint, tar, rust, carbon, surface dirt,
and mildew stains.
- Power Washing With Sand Mixture - This
technique is usually used on hard and soft surfaces such as Sandstone,
Limestone, Lannon Stone, Field Stone, Concrete, Brick. We mix a fine
grade sand with controlled water pressure so when the two hit the targeted
surface they are very soft but very extremely effective. This method
removes surface dirt, mildew staining, light flaky paint, rust, and
light to medium mortar smears.