The fence that is surrounding your home is a really important aspect of your property rights. A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that it demarcates the boundaries of your property, and anyone that tries to climb past these fences would need to justify their presence otherwise you can have them arrested for trespassing in some way, shape or form. However, fences are not restricted to this purely functional type of usage.
Rather, they can also be used as a type of aesthetic upgrade to the home that you are currently residing within the four boundary walls of at any given point in time. Suffice it to say that a beautiful stained fence can make your property look very appealing and drive up its real estate value, but when you start treating your fence like a visual feature pressure washing it can become a lot harder to handle. After all, your fence’s beautiful stain coating will disappear when you pressure wash it, so you should be ready to stain it once again when you are done.
That said, we feel it necessary to mention that you need to wait a couple of days after pressure washing a fence before you can stain it. Water that the fence absorbed will keep leaking out in tiny droplets, and these droplets can ruin the stain coating and make it get a weepy and unattractive appearance. Good quality stain work needs a dry surface to cling to, so you need to make sure that your fence is dry enough to make that a reality otherwise you will regret it in the long run.