Put on a pair or rubber chemical gloves and wear safety glasses.
Mix trisodium phosphate and warm water in a 5-gallon bucket with a stir stick. Follow the mixing directions noted on the container. Trisodium phosphate breaks down dirt and powdery chalking paint.
Dip a hard bristle scrub brush into the bucket and begin scrubbing the chalking paint. Apply pressure to penetrate the painted surface with the cleaning solution.
Hose down the surface with a garden hose to wash off the old paint pigment, dirt and trisodium phosphate residue. Allow the surface to completely dry.
Run your finger over the cleaned surface to check for evidence of chalking. If chalking powder appears on your finger, repeat the cleaning process a second time using the same cleaning method. Rinse off the surface thoroughly with the garden hose after cleaning.