Pre-treatment for Patio Cleaning

Pre-treatment for Patio Cleaning

Pre-treatment for DIY patio cleaning. It is advisable to treat your driveway before pressure washing it help remove the most stubborn weeds, oil, or organics. This quick blog will outline how to pre-treat the 3 most common marks on your patio or driveway. That is...
Re-jointing Permeable Suds Paving

Re-jointing Permeable Suds Paving

Permeable suds paving systems need re-jointing after cleaning. Although, they look like block paving, they serve a different purpose. As part of their special purpose, they require granite chipping instead. They serve the same purpose as standard block paving, to...
Is your patio covered in blackspots?

Is your patio covered in blackspots?

Is your patio is covered in blackspots? then you need professional help. This article will cover how to professional remove blackspots from your driveway, patio, path, or other hard surfaces. First by describe what black spots are, chemicals to remove them, what is...
What size jets should you have in your whirlaway?

What size jets should you have in your whirlaway?

This quick guide will outline what jet sizes you should use for your flat surface cleaner (SFC) or whirlaway. The SFC is a brilliant tool for cleaning large areas of patio or driveway, with 2 fast spinning jets with skirting to control the dirt it allows for quick...
How to Apply Sealant to Paving

How to Apply Sealant to Paving

This article outlines how to apply sealant to your paving. Sealant helps protect and improve the look of your driveway and patio, there are a wide variety to choose from depending on the type of hard surface you would like to seal, your price, the finish you would...
Rust Spots on Concrete

Rust Spots on Concrete

Rust spots often appear on concrete if a metal fixture or fitting has been standing on top of the surface and faced the elements. It is often described as one of the most difficult stains to remove from a hard surface. It is important to understand what rust is as...