How to use a Pressure Washer with safety in mind, whether it’s gas or electric powered

Sure, you could use a scrub brush and a bucket of soapy water to clean grimy outdoor surfaces, but you’re in for a long and back-breaking task. Not to mention, it takes a lot of elbow grease to remove years of accumulated mold, oil and dirt. Trust us, save yourself the trouble and invest in a top-performing pressure washer.

Not ready to take the plunge in buying one? Check with your local lawn and garden retailer to see if you can rent one. Cost will vary anywhere from $50 – $250 a day depending on where you live. If you plan to use it more than a couple times a year, and you really like it, then buying one is a smart investment.

Whether you rent or buy is only half the battle. Gas, soap, water and electricity usage can take a big bite out of your wallet if you’re not careful. Therefore, it’s essential to know how to operate a pressure washer safely and to get the job done efficiently. Plus, a trip to the emergency room is definitely not cheap, nor fun.

We’ll give you some tips and tricks to make the most out of your pressure washing experience while keeping your fingers intact.

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