How to clean dumpster properly Pressure Washing / Powerwashing / Pressure washer

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
How to clean dumpster properly. Always sweep and remove trash and garbage. Rinse the area throughly and sweep up smaller debris. Pretreat with Solutions Walls, gates, concrete and the dumpster can itself. Remember solutions can dry quickly so you may do them in smaller sections to save on re-treating areas. Typically a surface cleaners in useless or not as effective as a Variable wand. Using a variable wand will reduce damage on surfaces and make it able for control of the wash process. The wash pad in front can be surface cleaned, a veteran will just use the wand technic because its often faster because its a small area. Turbo tips in dumpsters are ok for nasty grease thats been layered for months. Repeat the wash process and remember to allow the water and solutions to dwell as they can do most of the work. Dumpsters can pay on regular maintenance 125.00 weekly to 600.00 on call. Dumpster are cleaned in every type of use, grocery, community management, Industrial, Hotels, apartments, restaurants & just about every use you could think of.
 

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milolieng

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I have a few questions for you about this, Ron:

Do you prefer natural products like soda for general cleaning? Do we work with chemical derivatives? :)

I have come to the point of getting tired especially for the vacuum cleaner business, is it healthy for vacuum cleaners to work with water?

Thank you from now. :)
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
I have a few questions for you about this, Ron:

Do you prefer natural products like soda for general cleaning? Do we work with chemical derivatives? :)

I have come to the point of getting tired especially for the vacuum cleaner business, is it healthy for vacuum cleaners to work with water?

Thank you from now. :)
If you are Maintaining you do not need strong chemicals or Vacuums unless they have a spill. Even then watch my video of Grease and sanitary Spills

 
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