The Dos and Don’ts of Pressure-Washing

December 29th, 2017

Pressure washers—impressively efficient for cleaning your home’s exterior—can cause more harm than good if misused. To speed through your cleaning chores without damaging any surfaces, heed these best and worst practices for pressure-washing. It’s tough to get excited about outdoor cleaning projects when you’d rather be at the lake or on the golf course. Fortunately, Read More

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Can I Use a Pressure Washer to Clean or Spray Trees?

December 22nd, 2017

You already know a pressure washer can work magic. In just a couple minutes, you can have your worn fence or sidewalk looking brand-new. Can power washers do the same for our trees? Tim reached out to Davey and said, “I’ve been noticing more people in my area using power washers to ‘clean’ their tree trunks.” He Read More

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7 Little Known Facts (You Should Know) About Changing Pressure Washer Water Pump Oil

December 15th, 2017

Do you even need to change your pressure washer’s pump oil? 95% of pressure washers have a pump you never do any maintenance on. If it breaks – you just replace – and it’s usually covered under warranty. These residential-use wobble and axial piston pumps are filled with oil at the factory and permanently sealed Read More

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December 8th, 2017

Summer is a wonderful season, but you have to admit that it is also involves a lot of mess. Before you realize it, your home atmosphere will be attacked by mud, mildew, grass clippings, pollen, and so on. In such circumstances, nothing can be more helpful than a good pressure washer. Although most people are aware Read More

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Different Types of Pressure Washer Pumps

December 1st, 2017

There are different types of pumps for pressure washer available in the market. Different companies use different pumps, and the pump also varies from machine to machine. Mainly we can divide the pressure washer pumps into three groups, Wobble Pump, Axial Cam pump, and Triplex Plunger pump. In many places, you will see that pumps are divided Read More

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