Car park cleaning in Auckland has always been a company on the go. I remember when they first opened at the corner of Lyttleton and Ponsonby Road, in 1990. The area was quite desolate, except for the odd pizza shop or coffee shop, and the streets were filled with rubble and litter. They knew that the business would need some cleaning to get going, so they set up shop in a small room at the bottom of the street.
They invested their money in an old vacuum power tool and some industrial towels. The plan was to have someone drive by every day, push a button, suck up the dirty air, suck up the dirt and suction power, and then clean it back out again. That was five years ago. These days, there are more sophisticated tools for cleaning car park floors, but the same principles still apply. Here’s how they do it:
Car park cleaning in Auckland uses effective methods – manual work, suction power and powerful suction. But the methods have changed a lot over the last decade. Whereas the manual method was good enough, it was quite messy, took forever, and required a lot of cleaning up afterwards. That’s not a great deal when you consider what else needs to be done with the dirt once it’s cleaned up.
Today’s car park cleaning Auckland machines use either a brush or vacuum cleaner as the main tool, rather than a vacuum cleaner. The brushes usually attached to a telescoping wand, which is then moved over the surface to remove as much soil as possible. The wand is then pushed back into a container, where the contents of which is sucked up by the vacuum cleaner. This is done a number of times, allowing the dirt to settle deep within the wand and the dust to settle at different depths. Because the deep cleanser sucks up deep, it leaves the surface much cleaner than it was before.
The same principle is used in the motorized suction power version of car park cleaning Auckland. The motor can be set for a stronger suction power that allows the unit to suck up all the dirt from deep inside the wand. It means you don’t need as much effort or clean up afterwards. The only real limitation is that you have to run the motor for longer periods each day, if you want to maintain the large area covered.
A more compact but equally effective form of car park cleaning Auckland is done with KP Group. This is particularly efficient if you do not own too much area to cover – only a small area is worked, so the vacuum cleaner gets deep down, while using less suction power to get the work done. For this sort of work, you need to carry out a few passes with the vacuum cleaner to ensure all the dirt has been removed.
There are machines that come with special attachments to help you with the job. For instance, there is one that comes with a rotating brush that enables you to remove dirt from the roof of the car park. These brushes move around at different speeds, allowing you to more effectively remove grime. If you want to remove dirt that has sunk down into the concrete, there is also a suction power motor attachment which uses strong suction power to remove dirt and grime from the roof. However, if there are large patches of dirt, where a normal suction power machine cannot reach, then a truck mount or push attachment might be required.
After you have finished your work, you may find it helpful to use an air compressor to suck up the remaining dirt and grime. It may be worthwhile investing in a wet vacuum cleaner for this sort of job. However, before you start to use it, make sure you test out which attachments work best for the particular job you have. In some cases, it may be worthwhile investing in both a wet vacuum attachment and a suction power attachment to remove grime from the interior of your car. That said, if you want the best chance of success, you should always start with the easier jobs and work your way up to more challenging situations. As long as you keep your machines clean, you should be able to enjoy your time spent vacuuming in the car park in Auckland.