Pressure washers make deep cleaning jobs easy. They let the water do the heavy work. A power washer can do heavy cleaning in half the time on all your deep set-in outdoor grime.
Power washers use a pump to push the water out at variable pressure. The engines either run on gas or electricity. For small jobs consider electric pressure washers, there’s no upkeep, no fumes, and most can fit into a closet. Larger jobs will require the force of a gas pressure washer, it’ll quickly remove the most set-in dirt.
Accessories Make a Difference
Pressure washer surface cleaners are a power washer game changer. This time-saving accessory cleans much faster than a standard nozzle. It provides a large, streak-free path with rotating jets of pressurized water while eliminating grime and mold on driveways, patios, and sidewalks. Clean under your car with the upward cleaning action of a water broom.
The right pressure washer extension wand makes a big difference. A power washer wand can give you maximum control over distance and spray. Get an extension wand just for your gutters or hard-to-reach places like second stories. Skip the local coin car wash, car pressure washers make cleaning your vehicle easy and can keep them in great condition, especially in areas that use salt on the roads.
How much power do you need?
The pressure put out by a power washer is measured in PSIs, pounds per square inch. Gas-powered pressure washers typically put out more PSI pressure compared with electric models. Commercial pressure washers are great for the toughest of stains and paint prep. For the toughest deep-cleaning jobs consider 3100 PSI pressure washers.
Safety First when Pressure Washing
Too much pressure from a power washer could create an unwanted hole in vinyl siding, mark concrete, or splinter wood. Unless you are trying to strip paint, avoid using a pressure washer on anything painted. Be careful when using the more powerful pressure washers, they can spray water concentrated enough to cause injuries.