A powerful pressure washer typically sprays water at high pressures to clean massive surfaces such as buildings, patios, sidewalks, farm equipment and roadways. Nothing says fun more than shooting dirt and debris off something with a power pressure washer. Your classic washer comes with a high pressure pump and reservoir, spray hose and nozzle, and an electrical cord or may run on gasoline. You only have to fill the reservoir and use a water hose to connect it to the water supply. Next plug in the power washer and you are totally ready to commence power cleaning.
The small electrical units can spray water out of the nozzle at pressures of over 1400 PSI, which is an astounding amount of pressure. As a precautionary warning, this much pressure can actually hurt you so keep your spraying limited to inanimate surfaces only. Speaking of pressure, make sure you have the correct power washer for the cleaning task at hand. For instance, if too much pressure is used, you can rip the paint off virtually any surface instead of just cleaning. However, if you there is an intent to wash and remove old paint off surfaces such as porches or decks, than a high power washer is the way to go. However, the golden rule to follow is to test a small inconspicuous area before going for it all.
All right, now that the preventive messages are expressed, what else can be cleaned with a power washer? How about cleaning the aluminum or wood siding on your home, which is very convenient when no maintenance to the outside of your house has not been done for quite some time. Or how about cleaning the driveway, just fire up that power pressure washer and shoot away the dirt, stones, and anything else standing in the way of a clean driveway.