Find below some of our frequently asked questions regarding our pressure washers in Boston and the surrounding area throughout Cape Cod. Contact us or stop by with any other questions you may have; we always enjoy helping and chatting with our customers.
- A cold water pressure washer takes the water right from your source (from your faucet or from a tank) into the pressure washer pump then into the high pressure hose, and out your gun and nozzle. This process does not change the temperature of the water from your source.
- A hot water pressure washer takes the water right from your source (from your faucet or from a tank) into the pressure washer pump then into a metal piped coil. The coil is a little over 2 feet long but contains about 50 feet of metal piping. While the water is making its way through the piping an oil based flame heats the coil chamber, piping and the water. The heated water exits the coil then into the high pressure hose, and out your gun and nozzle. Temperature of the water exiting the nozzle is about 180°F.
Tough Stuff works great on a variety of surfaces. Household uses include kitchen counters, and floors, pots and pans, and oven. Tough Stuff can be used on upholstery and carpets. Use Tough Stuff as a car wash; use it to clean brake dust build up, white walls on tires, grease and oil on the engine and in the engine compartment. Check the label for other uses and dilutions.
Tough Stuff is available at your local auto parts store such as CarQuest, NAPA, Allied Auto Parts and others. To find a distributor near you click on the store locator or call 800-722-0570. If you would like to be a Tough Stuff distributor you can call 800-722-0570.
Cape Cod Cleaning Systems is a full service pressure washer dealership. We sell LANDA and Mi-T-M machines. We service all makes and models and have parts in stock. If we don’t have your part, we can get it.
If the surface you are cleaning is a porous surface such as masonry, brick or concrete we recommend Taginator. With a pump type sprayer apply the Taginator liberally to the tagged area and let it set for 10 to 20 minutes. After that time use your pressure washer to clean the area. Repeat as necessary. For non-porous areas such as school lockers or street signs use Tagaway. With a pump type sprayer apply the Tagaway to the tagged area. On smaller areas you can wipe with a damp cloth. On larger areas you can use your pressure washer.
Spray Tough Stuff on effected area. Let sit for 3 to 5 minutes. Wipe with damp cloth. Repeat if necessary.
Using a pump sprayer, liberally apply Tough Stuff to one side of the house. Then apply to second side. Now go back to the first side and with a pressure washer wash the first side from the top down. When finished soak your third side. When finished wash your second side and so on.
A cold water pressure washer is good on almost any application such as car, boat, home, camper. A hot water machine is used when trying to remove oils and grease such as heavy equipment or ducts and vents in restaurants.