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Why You should be Aware of Safety Precautions When Pressure Washing Brick

There are some important safety precautions you need to take into account when pressure washing brick. You should always wear protective gear, stay clear of the nozzle and never point the machine at yourself or anyone else. Make sure to read the manufacturer’s instructions carefully before using a power washer, and always err on the side of caution when it comes to safety!

Whether you’re cleaning mold off your siding or blasting away things stuck in your bricks, pressure washing can be an excellent way to work towards that immaculate facade you’ve been dreaming of. However, there are some necessary safety precautions that need to be taken into account.

When using a power washer, you should always wear protective gear. For example, goggles are important because they protect your eyes from flying debris and water that can cause irritation or damage if it makes contact. A good pair of work gloves is also necessary because the pressure of the water stream can easily cut through the skin if you’re not careful!

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You should choose appropriate clothing as well – make sure to cover yourself with long pants, sturdy shoes, and potentially some form of raincoat depending on whether or not it’s windy out. Furthermore, make sure there are no electrical cords hooked up to any outdoor outlets near where you will be working or washing!

If you are using an electric power washer, make sure it’s unplugged before starting. Gas-powered pressure washers should probably not be started indoors, to begin with, but if you must, make sure the area is well ventilated to prevent carbon monoxide buildup.

You should always keep a safe distance between yourself and the nozzles of the machine. Obviously, this could change depending on how large your project is or whether or not you’re directly behind or in front of it, but typically you want to stay at least six feet away from the nozzle unless there are objects that need cleaning which is closer! This will help avoid any unnecessary injuries including burns, scrapes, or even damage to your eyes.

If you are near the nozzle when it is turned on, be prepared to move out of the way immediately! You should assume that no matter what kind of power washer you’re using that there is always a high-pressure stream coming out in front of the machine. Even if an object has fallen in front of it, do not go near or try to remove said object until the water stream has completely stopped!

Last but not least, never point your power washer at yourself or anyone else. You may think this is common sense but many people don’t realize just how powerful these machines can be! It only takes one slip up for someone to get injured so make sure everyone around you hears and understands your safety precautions before you get started.

Before using a power washer, it’s very important to read the instruction manual and familiarize yourself with all of the necessary safety precautions. This will ensure that your working environment is safe for everyone else who might be present when you are cleaning. 

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When it comes to power washing brick or siding, never apply too much force on anyone section unless specifically instructed to do so by the manufacturer’s instructions! Power washing can certainly help clean your exterior in ways that aren’t possible with other methods but only if you know how to safely use it. If something seems out of place or looks suspicious, don’t risk trying to power wash it away unless you feel confident in your abilities.

There are many ways to clean brick and these power washing techniques can be a great addition – just make sure you’re aware of the necessary safety precautions beforehand!

Brown’s Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning
210 N Main St Suite 104, Goodlettsville, TN 37072
(615) 581-1581


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