9 Ways to Use a Pressure Washer that Will Blow Your Mind
You know a pressure washer is great at cleaning the driveway, but did you know it can also be used to slice fruit? Keep reading to see more unconventional uses for a pressure washer.
Peeling potatoes can be a monotonous task. If you want to speed up the process tenfold, toss them in a crate outside, stand back and pressure wash until the skins disappear! Don’t believe us?
Use It to Skateboard
If you have a pressure washer and a rip stick/skateboard, as well as a smooth, long driveway, you can give your kids (or yourself!) a ride down the driveway without any work by aiming the pressure washer at the ground behind you and letting the water push you in the opposite direction,
Carve a Pumpkin
The carving tools used to make jack-O’-lanterns sometimes create more headaches and hand aches than they do smiles and joy. This is ideal for someone who wants more of a giant smile and big cut out eyes for their Jack-o-Lantern instead of an intricate design. Lazy man’s carving at its finest!
Scale a Fish
A great fisherman’s hack for thoroughly cleaning your just-caught fish, a pressure washer can do wonders in just a short time. Keep your hands fairly clean and scale your catch by using a pressure washer.
Blow Away the Leaves
Come fall, your green grass is covered in layers of leaves. And while it might look pretty for a moment, chances are you’d like access to your yard again! Put down the rake or the leaf blower and try using your pressure washer to quickly and efficiently see your backyard grass once again.
Slice a Grapefruit
Equal parts fun and satisfying to see, you can use the zero degree red tip on your pressure washer to precisely slice a grapefruit without destroying it.
Get a Ball Out of a Tree
When a ball gets thrown, kicked or somehow launched so high that it gets stuck in a tree, a pressure washer is a safe way to get it down. No ladder or climbing skills required!
Create Sidewalk Art
When you’re pressure washing your sidewalk, have a little fun and write and draw on it. Unless you’re a skilled artist, you might want to draw your picture on the sidewalk with chalk first, then take the power washer and trace over the lines.
While there are lots of fun and creative ways to use a pressure washer, these powerful machines can also be dangerous. Don’t let kids play with them and make sure you follow all safety precautions recommended by the manufacturer of your machine.