Most people use spray paint when drawing graffiti on buildings and other surfaces. This paint often soaks deep into the surface of the wall, making it difficult to completely remove. Scrubbing may remove a small amount from the surface, but leave behind paint that has penetrated deep into the wall or floor.
When removing graffiti, workers tend to rely on the power of pressure washers. These machines have extremely high pressure levels with the capability of reaching as high as 8000 psi. In addition, Daimer®, a reputable supplier of pressure cleaners, retails green cleaning solutions ideal for graffiti removal, such as Eco-Green® Graffiti Remover.
How Do the Pressure Washers Work?
Daimer®’s Super Max™ series offers everything from cold water pressure cleaners with pressure levels up to 8000 psi to steam pressure washers with temperature levels up to 330°F. Using a heated machine, such as a hot water or steam pressure cleaner, can more readily dissolve and loosen deeply embedded dirt and stains caused by graffiti. One such machine, the Super Max™ 12820, has pressure levels of 1500 psi and temperature setting reaching 330°F. This tri-mode machine can function as a cold water, hot water, or steam pressure washer, tackling all types of graffiti.
How to Choose Machines
Public works departments and maintenance companies never compromise on the quality of pressure washers. Quality made machines will help you get the job done quicker and more effectively. Pressure washers from Daimer®, a premier distributor of cleaning products, are a favorite among a majority of workers. For more information, visit www.daimer.com.