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MONUMENTAL CLEANING. The World’s Number One Pressure Washer Brand.


As part of its cultural sponsorship programme, Kärcher cleaned one of the capital’s most striking monuments: The London Eye. For this monumental clean, hot water pressure washers were used to remove a layer of stubborn dirt and grease from the 135m high structure, bringing it back to its original splendour.


For decades, our pressure washers have been helping our customers to clean their vehicles, buildings, tools and equipment – as well as some more unconventional objects and places.


Innovation remains at the heart of what we do and we’ve been continuously refi ning our pressure washers for years to deliver increased performance, less consumption, longer service life and shorter cleaning times. With a range of different options including cold and hot water units powered by electricity or combustion engine, mobile or stationary, there’s a Kärcher pressure washer to suit virtually every cleaning task, no matter how impossible it may seem.


To learn more about Kärcher’s iconic monument cleans visit www.karcher.co.uk/monumental. For information about Kärcher pressure washers, accessories or detergents, to fi nd your nearest Kärcher dealer or to request a free site survey, call 01295 752142, email cleaning@karcher.co.uk or visit www.karcher.co.uk/pressurewashers.


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