Pool Cage Cleaning in Port Charlotte, FL
By: Michael on 05/11/2016 - 11:18
Mold, mildew and green algae all over the screens, cage frame and deck. Pool cage cleaning can be done by the DYI er, however it may not be as simple and straightforward as one may think. It takes the right equipment to get the job done effectively and efficiently. High pressure alone will not effectively eliminate the dirt and grime. At Optimum Pressure Cleaning we use quality cleaning detergents to remove tuff algae, mold and dirt from your pretty white pool cage.
The process starts by injecting the entire area (cage, screens and deck) with our cleaning solution. We then methodically clean with low pressure water as to not damage any screens or paint. In some cases we might use our surface cleaning machine on the deck to help get up the really tuff dirt. After the cleaning process is finished we rinse down everything with water to insure a clean environment.
If you are wondering how to pressure clean a pool cage or anything else, please refer Optimum Pressure Cleaning’s blog where we will describe our process of cleaning a multitude of scenarios.