Pressure clean your scrubbing sleeves


#1

Not only quick but will get out all the grit out of the scrubber sleeve as well as cleaning them.
Doesn’t hurt to this now and then. https://youtu.be/1J1isUE-91I


#2

I wash mine in the machine with 2 rinse and 2 spins after every job.

I guess pressure washing them works but is it neccessary? Maybe for a quick clean through out the day? I do not clean enough windows in a day to know but thanks for the idea.


#3

I don’t understand ever setting or cleaning your sleeves on concrete! I also run my sleeves back and forth through my screen cleaner throughout the job. The bristles and water on the screen cleaner work awesome on cleaning out and rinsing the sleeve. .02$


#4

Me either.
I wash mine in the washing machine. If they are dirty and need cleaned out before a job is over, we rinse under a outside faucet.


#5

Washing with some pressure gives them a great rinse but mostly fluffs them prior to wash putting in wash machine.

Actual pressure washer is alot of setup and power


#6

Yep as said does not hurt to do it now again.
Especially after doing greasy dirty windows.
Not a daily thing.
They look much cleaner then if you just wash them.
(But as jhans said) Washing with some pressure gives them a great rinse but mostly fluffs them prior to wash putting in wash machine.


#7

Plain old hose nozzle on jet once a week, AND machine washing.

But if your doing jobs that have concentrated grease (BBQ splatters, fish’n’chip shops, restaurants etc) often, then, water blasting might be a good option to keep your gear looking great.

It gets down to frequency, wear and tear on the fibers, and how much you care about looks. Must admit, that Moerman blue came up awesome in that video.