It delivers vast quantities of water to remove bits of algae, moss and lichen which have stuck on to the court surface. Pressure Wash. All the loose debris which will now be lying on the court after the sweeping/cleaning phase is pressure washed and moved off the court. After treatment
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Check the court for areas containing mildew or mold. Take a 5-gallon bucket and mix a solution of bleach and water (2 parts water to 1 part bleach) to apply to areas with mold or mildew. Protect your hands with rubber gloves. Dip a smaller bucket into the mixture and pour it on the court's surface.
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It is used to clean surfaces quickly, easily and evenly. Water brooms are great for tennis court cleaning and rinsing as well as cleaning any other flat surface. The benefits of using a water broom is they are quicker, require less labor, less fuel, and less water consumption--all of which means greater savings in time, stress, and money.
Synthetic grass ,Clay or Loam surfaces (4-6 x RAPID APPLICATION). Apply to a damp (not wet) surface e.g. after a morning dew or after a light hosing. If the court is badly contaminated the mould will need to be loosened by brushing before the Rapid Application is applied.
Use proper equipment. Use soft nylon or hair-type brooms for scrubbing your surface. Scrubbing too hard with hard bristles can damage the surface. When using a pressure washer, limit pressure and do not hold tip too close to the surface, or coatings can be damaged.
1 part household bleach. Small amount of detergent, if desired (Simple Green or TSP works well) For ease of mixing, here is an example of the tennis court cleaning solution: 10 gallons of bleach in a 55-gallon drum. 3 oz of detergent (Simple Green) Fill drum to the top with water and mix well.
Leaves and pine needles not only can stain your court, but also are breeding grounds for mold and mildew. It is especially important to remove leaves in the fall and keep your court free of debris all winter. Use proper equipment. Use soft nylon or hair-type brooms for scrubbing your surface.
Rebalances the sand for even play and over sanding. Removes fine particles and debris that lead to mould and algae growth. Carries out repairs to any tears or joins in the mat. A Sportzing service also rebalances the sand for even play across the court and maintains the correct sand levels.