DOFF Steam Cleaning2023-04-18T13:33:11+00:00

Steam Cleaning

Clean moss and grime from brickwork, stone, wood, concrete and tiles with the DOFF steam cleaning system

Sussex Blast Cleaning, working with the DOFF high pressure steam cleaning system, have worked with numerous projects cleaning and restoring stonework, brick walls and a wide range surfaces. The DOFF system utilises a normal water supply to remove some of the more resistant forms of unwanted matter from many different kinds of buildings, walls and surfaces. The water supply is rapidly heated to temperatures of up to 150℃ and applied at high pressure through special lances and nozzles by our highly skilled and experienced operatives.

The surface being cleaned does not suffer any damaging pressure, thermal shock or deep saturation. Once cleaned, the surface dries within minutes and the process leaves little debris enabling the site to be left to exceptional standard with least amount of disruption.

What is the DOFF most effective in removing?

  • Paint coatings (most oil and plastic types)
  • Atmospheric decay & contamination
  • Algae, moss, and fungi
  • Certain types of graffiti
  • Bird or vermin fouling
  • Wax coatings
  • Chewing gum
  • Bitumen, Oil, Grease and many others, all without causing any damage or disfiguring the substrate.
DOFF Steam Cleaner

What surfaces should I use the DOFF on?

We recommend the DOFF for use on surfaces such as brick, stone, concrete, tiled (glazed and encaustic), wood, faience and terracotta.
It is a useful sterilisation tool for kitchens, toilets, swimming pools, hospitals and factories.

Where can I use DOFF?

DOFF can be used in Building restoration, Industry, Food production, Hygiene control, Hospitals, Factories, Transport & vehicle depots, Workshops etc.

Which areas do we work in?

We work across the UK and provide Doff Cleaning in the South East of England, including Greater London, The Home Counties, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Surrey, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex and Hampshire.

We also cover the Midlands, East Anglia, North of England and the South West of England, Wales and Scotland.

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