Steps for a successful pressure wash

Choose a pressure washer that is best for work. Different housing materials can withstand different water pressures. Size, or spray power, range from 1,200 to 3,000 pounds per square inch (PSI).
Soft housing materials such as painted soft grain wood and aluminum require 1,200 to 1,500 psi models to prevent stress loss. For more fragile materials like stucco, you may need a broad spray nozzle to disperse the water pressure.
Better clean non-painted surfaces like vinyl through a more powerful 2,500 to 3,000 psi model. These models work fast.
If you plan to use a clearing solution, select a pressure washer that has a detergent dispenser.

Protect the exterior of your homes such as lights, landscaping herbs, and plants from harmful water stress that comes from pressure washing. Cover with a drop cloth or plastic cover and secure with duct tape.

You manually scrub any visible netting from the surface of the power washing with a brush.

Mix the cleaning solution and fill the detergent supplier of the pressure washer. Combine about 1 pound (.455 kilograms) of a non-phosphate concentrated cleaner for approximately 4 pounds (15.4 liters) of washing water.

Attach the hooked hose to your water supply in the pressure washer. When you’re ready, turn on the water.

Examine how to apply a home wash pressure with the pressure washer nozzle about 3 feet (121.92 cm) from the wall. Unless you feel the spray is strong enough to remove the dirt, but not strong enough to damage it

Start at the top of the house and go to the bottom. Spray roof overhangs, under-hangs, and water at an angle of about 45 degrees. Remove the sprite permanently from one side.
From top to bottom a garden hose washed with plain water.