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10 Steps for a Pristine, Pressure-Washed Driveway

Erase years of wear and tear from your driveway in just a few simple steps with a pressure washer.

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Materials Needed:

  • broom
  • stiff brush
  • pressure washer
  • pressure washer detergent
  • bottle of spray degreaser
  • safety manual
  • safety gloves
  • plastic sheeting
  • painter's tape
  • 50-foot garden hose
  • paint tray
  • waterproof sealer
  • extender pole
  • roller handle and cover

Sweep Surface

Clear debris and excess dirt or dust from surface using a broom.

Protect Exterior Walls and Doors

Cover nearby exterior walls and doors with plastic sheeting and painter's tape. This will protect doors and walls from loose debris as well as any accidental paint or stain removal from pressure washer.

Read Safety Manual

Thoroughly read proper steps pertinent to your specific pressure washer. Each is different and may require special preparation, assembly or attachments.

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