Sidewalk Cleaning

Sidewalk Cleaner

There’s nothing like the smell of fresh air after a rain. Except, do you ever notice a musty smell when you step outside after the rains? If you do, there’s a good chance it’s mold, mildew and algae growing on your sidewalk like you see here (photo left). The problem can be worse where lawns have automatic watering systems (as we have pictured here) or on sidewalks in shady areas or on those that have plants and shrubs bordering them.

Buy Direct from the Manufacturer and SAVE!On the right, is the sidewalk after cleaning with ProClean Mold, Mildew & Algae™ remover. A pressure washer was used here as concrete is very porous and the higher pressure helps remove product and contaminants deep in the concrete. Also you don’t see any “wand marks,” the shadows left by pressure washers when unable to remove deep down dirt, and the grass was not affected at all.

One of the interesting features of the ProClean™ line of cleaners are chemical markers used, that react with mold and other fungi species,turning shades of red to yellow. The reddish color in this photo shows ProClean’s™ proprietary mode-of-action at work, breaking the bonds that hold the contaminants to the concrete.

What else can it do?
Cleaning sidewalk
Cleaning Porches
Cleaning Driveway
Cleaning Driveways
Cleaning Brick
Cleaning Brick
Cleaning Split Block
Cleaning Split Block

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