Soft Wash Technology

Exterior House Cleaning


Because of the damage that pressure washing also known as power washing can do to exterior surfaces like Vinyl Siding and Roofs, a new process of using highly effective cleaning detergents, chemicals, and very low pressure water was developed. This new system not only cleans better, but also is used to treat the surfaces as well.

With Soft Wash custom blended cleaning solutions are applied to the surface by use of special, low pressure pumps. The pressure is about the same as what would be seen coming from a garden hose. It is the cleaning solution that does all the work. Whereas with the use of a pressure washer, it is the pressure of the water stream that is trying to do the cleaning.

After the soft wash cleaning solution is applied it is allowed to remain on the surface for a certain amount of time to give the cleaners a chance to seep into all the little cracks and crevices, breaking the bond dirt has and to kill all the algae, bacteria and other contaminants. Then the surface is rinsed with low pressure leaving your home or business not only clean, but safe from the damages caused by pressure washing.


Roof cleaning as an industry is new. Blasting onto the scene in the late 1980's and mid 1990's there have been the same number of strategies for cleaning rooftops as the living beings developing over them. At first rooftop cleaning was a "carport craftsmanship, best case scenario. Principally a wonder in the Southern United States, rooftop cleaning was thought of as a territorial administration with the problem area in the province of Florida. At first the concentration of freeing the rooftop surface of terrible dark streaks was an essential cleaning capacity. Nonetheless, these dark streaks are genuinely a contamination of natural materials that are better tended to with algaecides, for example, you would address a contagious disease in your garden. To approach rooftop recoloring along these lines was not quite the same as some other beforehand taken, and prompted an unrest in the rooftop cleaning industry.


Gloeocapsa Magma is the genuine guilty party that causes dark streaks on rooftops and surfaces. Different types of microorganisms can be found in union with the microscopic organisms, including mold, growths, green growth, buildup, lichen, and greenery. The principle guilty party of most rooftop recoloring that causes pervasive dark streaks is a microorganisms called Gloeocapsa Magma. A considerable lot of the living beings that develop on a rooftop, including mold, green growth, microorganisms, greenery, lichen, and organisms, have sexual relations in the warm, damp condition made by a rooftop.

In addition, many material surfaces are made with materials that can be utilized by these microorganisms, for example, shingles that now contain limestone that green growth, buildup, and microscopic organisms will ingest their supplements and encourage off the shingles.

That same Cyanobacteria Gloeocapsa Magma found on rooftops will develop on wood, solid, siding, aluminum, and different surfaces also. Fortunately through delicate washing, these stains/microorganisms can be securely expelled! Concerning other conceivable guilty parties occupying a rooftop, numerous nitrogen settling blue green growth will develop in ranges with practically zero supplements. They can manage themselves since nitrogen settling creatures can make supplements exclusively through the knobs on their fiber root frameworks. That is the reason here at SoftWash Systems, we trust that treatment of a rooftop or surface is more valuable to free the wellspring of the recoloring instead of simply shooting ceaselessly at the surface!


Delicate washing is more than cleaning. The items created for SoftWash frameworks clean stains as well as sterilize, enter, and take out the base of the issue. The principle guilty party of most rooftop recoloring that causes pervasive dark streaks is a microscopic organisms called Gloeocapsa Magma. Delicate washing can slaughter the vermin from the root up, accomplishing a genuinely clean surface.