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Fence Power Washing Tips

Sep 9

Keeping your fence clean is important for two reasons: first, a clean fence looks nicer, and second, a dirty fence can actually cause damage. In this blog post, we'll go over some tips for power washing your fence so that it stays looking great and doesn't sustain any damage.

 

  • Remove any debris from the fence with a broom or blower

A fence is a structure that encloses an area, typically outdoors. Fences are made from a variety of materials, including wood, metal, and vinyl. A fence can serve many purposes, such as providing privacy and security or delineating property boundaries. Whatever the purpose of the fence, it is important to keep it clean and free of debris. Debris can accumulate on the fence over time due to windblown trash or falling leaves. If left unchecked, this debris can lead to damage or rot. To prevent this from happening, it is important to regularly remove any debris from the fence with a broom or blower. Doing so will help to prolong the life of the fence and keep it looking its best.

 

  • Mix your power washing soap with water in a bucket

Power washing your fence can be a great way to keep it looking new and fresh all year long. But before you grab the hose and start spraying, there are a few things you should know about power washing your fence. First, always mix your power washing soap with water in a bucket before applying it to the fence. This will help ensure that the soap is evenly distributed and won't damage the fence. Second, start from the top of the fence and work your way down. This will help prevent streaks and ensure that all of the dirt and grime are removed. Finally, make sure to rinse the fence off completely after you're done power washing it. This will remove any soap residue and help prevent the fence from rusting or corroding.

 

  • Start at the top of the fence and work your way down, using a circular motion

Fences are one of the first places where dirt and grime build up. Over time, they can become an eyesore and detract from the curb appeal of your home. Power washing is an effective way to clean a fence, but it's important to do it properly in order to avoid damage. Start at the top of the fence and work your way down, using a circular motion for power washing. This will ensure that all of the dirt and grime are removed from the fence and that you get a nice, even finish. It's important to use a circular motion because it will help to prevent streaking. Be sure to move the power washer in a consistent pattern so that you don't miss any spots. And be sure to hold the power washer at an angle so that the water hits the fence at an angle. This will help to loosen any stubborn dirt and grime.

 

  • Rinse off the soap with a hose after you're done washing

Power washing your fence is a quick and easy way to increase its lifespan and improve its appearance. However, it's important to rinse off the soap with a hose afterward. Otherwise, the soap will dry on the fence and attract dirt, which will reduce the fence's lifespan. Additionally, the soap will eventually break down the wood fibers, making the fence more susceptible to damage from weather and insects. By rinsing off the soap after power washing your fence, you'll extend its lifespan and keep it looking its best.

 

  • Let the fence dry completely before applying a sealant

Applying a sealant to your fence is an important part of maintaining it and keeping it looking great. However, it's important to make sure that the fence is completely dry before you apply the sealant. If there is any moisture on the fence, it can cause the sealant to bubble and peel. The best way to ensure that your fence is dry is to power wash it before you apply the sealant. This will remove any dirt, dust, or debris that could prevent the sealant from adhering properly. Once you've power washed the fence, be sure to let it dry completely before you apply the sealant. This will help to ensure that your fence stays looking its best for years to come.