Driveway Cleaning

Driveway Cleaning

Having a driveway is essential if you have a car or want to get the muck off your shoes, but do you know how to properly clean your drive way? Read on for the top tips on maintaining your driveway and keeping it free of grime. Cleaning your driveway is a quick way to keep your vehicle looking clean, but if you don't take care of it, it can soon become a hassle. Gil Elsesser, who runs his own driveways and garages, gives us the inside track on keeping your outdoor area clear of dirt and mud. Gil’s top tips for cleaning your driveway: Preparing for cleaning Gil cleans the drive way for up to four hours every weekend, regardless of whether he has customers, as it is more of a hobby than a job. 1. Clear the area as far as you can with a high-powered hose. 2. As much mud and debris as possible should be scraped off with a metal scraper, a scourer or a spade. 3. Dry the surface with a soft bristle brush, to avoid wiping the driveway clean. 4. Use a rasp to remove the dust and dirt from the surface, then rub a slightly moistened cloth over it to remove any marks. 5. Vacuum the driveway using a vacuum cleaner with a pressurised cleaner, to prevent surface cracks. 6. Add some grime remover to water to wet the surface before rinsing with water. 7. Rinse with fresh water, using a clean rubber hose to keep the area clean. 8. Dry the area with a slightly damp cloth and allow it to dry naturally over night. Taking care of your driveway 1. Use a brush to sweep away loose dirt and rocks. 2. Scrub the surface of the driveway using a spade or a metal scraper. 3. Rinse with a hose to remove the dust and dirt. 4. Dry with a slightly damp cloth and allow it to dry naturally. 5. Exfoliate the driveway by use of a scrubbing sponge or soft brush,

Driveway Cleaning

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