The Pressure Wash Process
1. Pre Pressure-Wash
The first stage will normally be to pressure wash the part to remove any surface contaminants, this will give the item a pre-clean so that when it is placed in the chemical vat, the loose grease, oil and dirt does not contaminate the chemical solution excessively.
2. Chemical Soak
Next we soak the part in an aggressive solvent to weaken the tougher stains and make further cleaning more effective, the chemical helps weaken paint, grease, oil, and many other stains on the metal. Rubber will be prone to damage after prolonged chemical exposure, so should be removed prior to cleaning.
3. Full Pressure-Wash with truck cleaner
After your part has been soaked in the chemical solution, any remaining surface contaminants will be much easier to clean away. The item is blasted once again with a high power pressure-washer to remove the dirt and any chemical solution left on/in the part, if any stains or dirt remain, an advanced traffic film remover will be applied and left before being washed again. Once clean we can offer chemical brighteners for nonferrous metals subject to individual items constraints.
Chemical Paint Stripping
For those people that don't want their part to be shot blasted, but want paint removed, we offer Chemical Paint Stripping. This process involves washing your part first, then applying an aggressive solvent to painted areas. The solvent is then re-applied a number of times over the course of many hours until all the paint has peeled off. Finally the item is pressure washed and cleaned of all paint stripper.