Sunday, May 18, 2008

Somebody clean that up!

Seattle is finally cleaning up their Space Needle. It's the first time since it was finished in 1962 that the needle has been cleaned. First time. It's been painted twice but never cleaned. It took two years to plan out all the details and will take eight weeks to complete. Karcher GmbH & Co. is the company in charge of it all, working on the job only at night, dangling 605 feet above the ground, and pressure washing with water at 194 degrees. Crazy. They have some awesome pictures.

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