Pressure washers have various flow rates and pressure rates depending on what you need it for.
Here we will discuss cold and hot water pressure washers so you can make the right decision for yourself.
Cold-Water Pressure Washer
Cold water pressure washers are great at removing mud or dirt or for general cleaning.
Cold water can cover a large area quickly, blasting through the dirt and mud. This will ensure that there is no need for extra scrubbing.
You can add detergent to some pressure washers and this will give it the extra boost to ensure that you have the cleanest surface.
Cold water pressure washers are particularly good for using on materials such as wood or plastic as they can break down or distort under hot temperatures.
Hot-Water Pressure Washer
Hot water pressure washers are more effective in cleaning grease and grime.
The added benefit of heat helps to penetrate grime at a molecular level.
Usually less detergent and pressure is required when using the hot pressure washer.
We would recommend using this for more of a sterile clean or removing more stubborn stains, particularly oil and grease.
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