Softwash Equipment 01 - Planning our new softwash van
In this ongoing soft washing video series (click below) Ben explains why and how he uses various types of softwash equipment.
What soft washing equipment you choose to build or purchase depends on several factors: for example the number of employees you have and the type of properties you soft wash.
This first video begins by planning the layout of Benz Softwash Services' new van. Ben walks you through the essential pre-planning stage, and then covers the dry-fitting of some equipment.
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Benz soft washing how-to videos cover every aspect of soft washing. We show you how to soft wash domestic and commercial roofs, paths and drives, tarmac, concrete, walls, wall render (including KRend, Monocouche, Weber), wet pour safety surfaces, tennis courts, car parks, wood decking, fences, sheds and more ...
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At Benz Softwashing Services we treat and clean the exterior hard surfaces of a wide range of properties, from domestic paths, drives, roofs and render, to commercial contracts including industrial cladding and large areas of municipal footpaths, drives, car parks and so on.
We carry out regular soft wash maintenance work for our customers, so our equipment needs to check many more boxes compared to, say, a window cleaner who wants to treat/clean the occasional gable end of a domestic house.
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Ben, Leo & Fiona
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That's a reasonable question.
You could jet wash a roof and then treat with Bio Cleanze.
But why would you?
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