Having a small, budget friendly, low maintenance, petrol pressure washer for tough jobs is such a life saver! It’s perfect for spring cleaning to prep your home for enjoying the outdoors all summer, as well as cleaning up any accumulated mould and mildew in the fall after the rainy season is over.
And having used an electric pressure washer myself before, I can honestly say the Waspper pressure washer does a great job! And it’s so handy! Here are some of the things we were able to clean up with our Waspper W3000HA petrol pressure washer.
Keeping wood decking looking new requires cleaning it! I recommend using a lower pressure nozzle to prevent the wood from splintering (especially if the deck is particularly old). The pressure washer will also do a great job on concrete patios (they make a great, super affordable attachment for this too.)
Also known as abrasive blasting, which is a generic term for the process of smoothing, shaping and cleaning a hard surface by forcing solid particles across that surface at high speeds; the effect is similar to that of using sandpaper but provides a more even finish with no problems at corners or crannies. Look at the video! How perfect to remove corrosion.
Use a foam generator for a pressure washer to give your car a quick bath.
Clean up concrete, brick, or stone walkways. Keep in mind you may have to replenish any sand or gravel in between stones/ pavers if the pressure washer blows it away. But look at what a bit of difference it made!
Perfect for cleaning stains, mould, and mildew in the spring and fall or to spray it quickly throughout the season.
Lawn mowers, string trimmers, bicycles, boats etc. can become full of grass clippings, trimmings, and dirt
Waspper is a company whose outdoor line is constantly expanding to meet the needs of homeowners, do-it-yourselfers, and professionals. Check out the Waspper site for even more helpful tips. Have another use for a pressure washer? Let me know and I will add it to the list!