There are many ways to clean the concrete around the home. Whether it’s concrete walkways, concrete pavers, or concrete driveways, there are methods for it all. Concrete pavers are such a durable solution for any exterior flooring project, but because of their porous finish, regular maintenance and upkeep are imperative to its look and overall performance. If you’re wondering how you can effectively keep up with cleaning concrete pavers, we’ve got you covered.
In this blog, we discuss everything about paver cleaning and the in-betweens, so that you know going forward how you can keep up with the regular maintenance and keep your home looking beautiful and polished.
Are you wanting to engage a professional concrete cleaner for your home? No worries! The House Washer is here to ensure your property looks stunning, and you’re 100% satisfied. Contact us today on 0419 671 057 to book our professional Brisbane house washer.
Cleaning Concrete Pavers
When it comes to cleaning your pavers, it’s important to ensure you’re using a gentle solution as to not damage the sealer or coating that’s on top. If you’re worried about stripping away at the sealer, contact The House Washer, we ensure all of our products or non-toxic and biodegradable, without compromising on a beautiful finish.
Effective Paver Cleaning Method
One of the best ways you can clean your pavers at home is with simple household items, ensuring you aren’t out of pocket for a noticeable finish. What do you need?
- Baking soda
- Warm water
- A bucket
Simply fill the bucket with only a cup of baking soda and warm water, then a little bit of your detergent. Before spraying or pouring, ensure you’ve mixed it together quite well. Then, apply it to your pavers and leave it to sit for 30 minutes before scrubbing and rinsing. Look at that beautiful difference!
Do not use acid-based cleaners or solutions – this will damage the sealer that’s protecting your pavers.
Brick Cleaning for Brick Pavers
Brick pavers require a slightly different method for achieving that sparkling finish, but again, this can be done with household items if you’re looking to get it done yourself to keep up with the pavers’ longevity. You will need:
- Vinegar (white, dark will stain)
- Soap with a little water
All you need to do is evenly distribute the vinegar over your brick pavers and then leave it to sit for approximately one (1) hour. Once it has soaked, spray your brick pavers with soap and a bit of water before brushing it off. And voila, brick cleaning solutions for brick pavers have never been easier.
Cleaning brickwork and pavers alike don’t have to be difficult – but it’s important to make sure you’re using environmentally sustainable products so that you aren’t harming the nature surrounding the site in question, along with ensuring you aren’t damaging your pavers. This will only strip away at the longevity your pavers will otherwise provide you – which is something we all want to avoid.
Why Choose The House Washer?
Although it’s easy to DIY your paver cleaning, it’s also important to engage a professional. Why? When it comes to cleaning brickwork and pavers, you need to be careful in the manner you’re applying products and the way you’re cleaning the surfaces. This is because the products you’re using may run the risk of stripping the sealer that’s been applied to protect your pavers from the harsh climate, and ever-changing weather. The House Washer, we have adopted an environmentally friendly approach to our business. We make sure that all of our materials are manufactured to ensure the health and safety of our customers, their family and pets, and our staff.
Book with The House Washer Today!
If you’ve been considering cleaning concrete pavers within your yard, but don’t have the time, resources, or would prefer to engage a professional, we’re here for you. Browse our concrete cleaning services today and give us a call on 0419 671 057 to make a booking! Additionally, get in touch online for a free quote!