What am I talking about? Let me explain:
The word hydrophobic comes from the Greek roots hydro- (meaning water) and -phobia (meaning fearing or hating). The word hydrophobic describes the fact that certain substances don't combine with water. Let's take a closer look at that definition:
We are currently showing home-owners the magic of a combination of pressure washing and applying a new, protective coating that literally revives the surfaces to its former glory.
Here you can see a very vivid example of this:
This patio belongs to a home in Seminole. When we arrived, the area looked like this:
I'm wishing you a colorful
Pollen season is almost over and a lot of people are hanging in there, waiting for the dust to finally settle and then be done with it for this year. But for now, the unsightly yellow dust, the dry pollen strands and the “silk-worms” are still dangling from the trees.
Ella May + Luna Marie + Amelie Rose Munoz:
We like to help our Dad to promote his pressure washing and window cleaning business in Clearwater and Tampa Bay. Hope you enjoy this blog ;-).
Charlotta Munoz + kids