How to Clean Pavers

Cleaning Pavers

One of the major benefits of paver stones is that they are very easy resilient and durable and don’t become damaged easily. In addition, they are very easy to maintain and clean as well. While you can always hire experts like the ones at GulfCoast Brick Pavers, Inc. for paver maintenance. But if you choose to clean these surfaces yourself, it’s important that you follow the right paver cleaning process.

Cleaning Pavers

Paver stone cleaning is easy and the time taken to clean the units would depend on the size and spread of the area to be cleaned. Pavers could be made of natural stone brick, or even concrete and the cleaning methods for all of these materials are different. Here, we take a look at how to clean pavers made of brick:

Pressure washing shouldn’t be an option in most cases, and even very hosing can wash away the sand. Make sure that you disturb the sand excessively-gentle cleaning works much better. Even with this patio paver cleaning method, you have to rinse it off to finish.

Things You Will Need

  • Broom
  • Water
  • Garden sprayer
  • Oxygenated bleach
  • Container
  • Scrub brush
  • Watering hose with pressure washer/ pressure nozzle
  • Sand

Steps To Clean Brick Pavers

  1. Sweep the entire surface of the brick paving to remove the debris.

  2. Combine a solution of 3 parts water & 1 part oxygenated bleach in a container.

  3. Pour the solution over all pavers- make sure you coat every unit. Use a garden sprayer to make the application easier.

  4. Let the solution sit for about half an hour (The oxygenated bleach will work into the crevices and joints and break up grime).

  5. Scrub the paver surfaces with a scrub brush/long-handled broom.
    Make sure to dip the brush in some fresh solution as you go, or you can pour on more. Remove all the loose dirt from the bricks.

  6. Rinse the pavers with a pressure washer on a low setting or a hose. Don’t direct the washer/hose nozzle at the sand between the units, unless special interlocking sand has been used in the installation.

  7. Let the pavers dry out well for a day.

  8. Add sand, as required to the paved surface to replace any that has been washed away.

Tip- When you pressure-wash pavers don’t leave the nozzle in one spot for too long, or it might mar or damage the pavers. This is especially true in the case of concrete pavers. It’s best to replenish the sand between the units at least a few times a year. It is also recommended that after cleaning you seal pavers for best results.

Companies like GulfCoast Brick Pavers, Inc, provide custom paver cleaning services at reasonable paver stone cleaning cost.


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