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What is the Pink Soap?

Soft washing offers several advantages over pressure washing:

  1. Gentler on Surfaces: Soft washing uses a low-pressure spray to apply cleaning solutions, reducing the risk of damage to delicate surfaces like roofing, siding, and stucco. Pressure washing, on the other hand, can sometimes cause surface erosion or force water under siding, leading to potential damage.

  2. Effective Cleaning: The cleaning solutions used in soft washing are specifically designed to break down and remove organic stains, algae, mold, and mildew. The chemical action of these solutions ensures a thorough and deep clean, often more effective than relying solely on the force of water in pressure washing.

  3. Longer Lasting Results: Soft washing treatments typically include biocides or fungicides that inhibit the regrowth of algae, mold, and other contaminants. This helps to keep surfaces cleaner for a longer period compared to pressure washing alone.

  4. Water Conservation: Soft washing uses significantly less water than pressure washing, making it a more environmentally friendly option. The cleaning solutions do most of the work, reducing water wastage.

  5. Safety: Soft washing eliminates the risk of injury or damage that can occur with high-pressure water jets in pressure washing. It's a safer method for both the person performing the cleaning and the surfaces being cleaned.

Regarding the pink soap disappearing after the rinse, that's a common feature of the soft washing process. The cleaning solution, including the pink soap, is applied to the surface and allowed to sit for a period. During this time, it breaks down contaminants. Afterward, the surface is rinsed with water to remove the soap and any loosened debris, leaving the surface clean and free from residue.

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