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$99 Powerwash for all deck sizes up to 400 square foot. Each additional square foot is .25 cents.

Additional charges apply for Chemical Strippers and Elevation.

Mr. Clean Powerwashing has professional equipment that uses over twice as much water per minute than a homeowners. Using that much water allows us to turn the pressure down. Homeowners equipment uses much less water but at a higher pressure. That high pressure can do a lot of damage to their wood. Mr. Clean uses a Chemical along with the water flush, providing our customers with a deck much cleaner than powerwashing alone can provide. Every detail of your deck is cleaned from the floor, to decorative railings.

Mr. Clean Power Washing uses Chemical Strippers to help alleviate old semi transparent sealers from the deck. Old Semi Transparent Sealers that have been worn by the sun will emulsify allowing our power washers to flush the old sealer away without harming the wood. The chemical will also remove sun damage from raw wood, mold and mildew. Our Chemicals are purchased from chemical companies. They are much more effective than deck cleaners you can buy at large chain hardware stores. They are safe to be used near plants and animals

 

The chemical will clean paint, but not dissolve paint. Therefore, it is safe to use on decks attached to painted homes. With that said, it will also not remove paint on painted decks. 

 

Will the chemical stripper remove everything 100% from my wood?

NO. Here is a list of what the Chemical will NOT remove:

  • Paint
  • Solid Color Stains

Sealers that are in the shade, not deteriorated from the sun. Areas of your deck such as around a corner, under a piece of furniture or bench, under a mat, under a pot or even under a grill.

Sealers that were painted or rolled on tend to have overlap marks. This is even more true next to the house and around edges. People tend to over-work these areas. Our Chemical will remove the top layer that has been deteriorated, but the under layer was protected and will remain. Note, we do not use the power washer as a chisel. Whatever the chemical dissolves will come be power washed away

Products on so heavy they peel or flake off.

If your old product does not remove completely, we recommend sanding.

 

Elevation Fee $75.

Why is there an elevation fee?

Elevated decks are more difficult and add extra time to our jobs. An elevation fee will be added if one or more sides of your deck is more than 5.5 feet off the ground.

These decks are more difficult and timely because we want to do a fantastic job and that includes doing a good job on the outside rails that cannot be reached from ground level. We often have to protect areas under the deck and we always have extra more difficult clean up including the home siding both under the deck and on the second story. All this is not work that has to be done on ground level decks.

 

What was last product applied to your deck?

Often people have the old cans in their garage or basement. If you can't find an old can, see if you can answer any of the questions below:

 • Is the deck a defined solid color?

 • Does the old product peel off on the floor or top hand rail?

 • Does the color allow you to see the wood grain through it? Sometimes it is darker on the edges but the center of the deck looks like all the product is gone.

 • Does it have a shine to it but is peeling or flaking off?

 • Does your deck look old and grey?

 • Is your deck new? If so, is the wood cedar or wolmanized?

 

Is your deck elevated?

  • • Your deck is elevated if you can walk onto the deck from the ground but at least one side is over or next to a walk-out basement.

 

Do you need repairs done to your deck?

We are able to do small repairs such as removing rotted floor boards and replacing them with new. However, if removing a part of the railing system is involved, we cannot do the job. We are a power washing company, not a construction company. We are unable to do anything with railings, structure related and foundation related. We are happy to do anything that will expedite getting your job done as long as it does not require a permit to be acquired

 

How to measure your deck?

We base our price on the flat square footage, spindles and railings are included. So we only need to know the area of your floor (walls above the floor and wall built around the base of the deck would be additional).

  • Are is measured length times width. So a deck 35 feet long and 15 feet wide is 525 sq. ft. (35x15=525)
  • Decks that have odd shapes and multiple sections are not a problem. We just need the average area. It is good for us to know if you are talking about a 400 sq. ft deck or a 1,000 sq. ft. deck. So measure the general length and width of each area. Give us those numbers when you call and we will do the math.
  • Measuring Stairs
  • Count how many steps you have.

 

 

 

Now Serving: Oakland, Livingston and Ingham Counties. Your neighborhood powerwashers: West Bloomfield, Farmington, Northville, Howell, Brighton, Hartland, Milford, Novi, Hamburg, Pinckney, South Lyon, Fowlerville, Williamston, Okemos, Haslett, East Lansing, Dewit, Delta Twp., Holt