In our previous blog post, we mentioned some key differences between a cold and hot pressure washer. Now, let’s explore in which instances these two different types of machines would best be used.
First, here are a few situations in which using a hot pressure washer would be necessary.
Cleaning Your Vehicle
If you like to go off-roading, chances are your truck or SUV gets pretty muddy. In this instance, a cold pressure washer would be ideal for blasting the dirt off quickly. A cold pressure washer also comes in handy when you want to strip paint. If you want to clean anything on the vehicle’s interior, like the engine or another part of the vehicle, you will need to use a hot pressure washer where agitation and soap are added to remove grease.
Cleaning a Construction Site
Construction sites are hotbeds for oil and grease, so a hot pressure washer is essential for cleaning these messes, especially when cleaning construction equipment. Oil cannot be stripped off concrete using cold water because cold water does not break up the grime. As mentioned above, two additional elements included in a hot pressure washer are soap and agitation. These help to immaculately clean the surface.
Cleaning a Restaurant Kitchen
Proper food sanitation is a concern for all restaurant owners, and if you’ve ever worked in the food industry, you know how important it is to proper clean areas where food is prepared and served. A hot pressure washer is used in most instances involving food processing because of the large amount of grease buildup that happens when fryers, stoves, and burners are used.
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