A pressure washer applies water pressure for cleaning at various angles on outdoor surfaces, outdoor supplies and décor, machinery, and vehicles. It has a soap nozzle and soap compartment. The soap compartment uses power-washing soap. It cleans with plain water and/or power-washing soap.
This pressure washer can be used to clean flowerpots, gardening tools, and non-electrical outdoor patio décor. Power wash outdoor tools like rakes, cultivators, shovels, trowels, garden hoses, weeders, spades, scissors, pruning shears, pruning saws, digging forks, and wheelbarrows.
After cleaning pottery, tools and flowerpots with the pressure washer, re-rinse the pots and garden tools with a mixture of (1/10th of gallon of bleach with 9/10th gallon of water). Then re-rinse with plain water to thoroughly clean pots and tools for reuse for vegetables gardens and flowerpots.
After shoveling snow from surfaces in the Winter months, power washing those surfaces in the Spring adds a pristine clean look to the outdoor surfaces of pathways, driveways, porches, decks, and patios.
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