Treat someone or something with respect, and you’ll be out of harm’s way. No, that’s not a threat, nor a line from a gangster movie. We are talking about safely handling a powerful machine, specifically a pressure washer.
A pressure washer is an effective cleaning tool at home. It can get rid of a lot of things, such as stubborn gunk on the BBQ grill, that slippery layer of moss on the patio, or oil stains in the garage or driveway. Unfortunately, it can also get rid of things that it’s not supposed to get rid of, like human body parts, if you’re not careful enough. You do like your fingers and toes, don’t you?
Before pulling out the big guns, it’s life-and-death critical to know what you’re dealing with here. We also think it’s important for you to know the two general types of pressure washers — electric and gas — and their main differences.
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