Power Washing a 2 Story from the Ground

Yesterday we got the opportunity to use the telescopic power washing wond. We are currently repainting fascia boards and eaves in Redlands Ca. This tool gives the advantage of not climbing wet slippery ladders to clean high areas. Using ladders for reach while power washing is not only dangerous but it may not thoroughly clean the surface. When power washing from a ladder you are reaching up left and right. Giving the surface a wash from angles rather than a direct impact of the wash. Using the telescopic wond you are able to thoroughly wash the surface giving you access the ladder can not give you, like houses with fascia boards and eaves.

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Experience Power Care Turbo Nozzle

Well I absolutely love my Power Care Turbo Nozzle, I thought I’d shoot some video of us using it. I’m amazed how easy the lose paint comes off. Comparing to the standard tips this will rock your power washing experience.

After we power washed with the Turbo Nozzle

Power Care Turbo Nozzle

I’m loving my Turbo Nozzle I bought at Home Depot. It is rated for 3000 psi but it works just fine with my 3900 psi John Deer power washer unit.  With its wide circular spray pattern it creates more of a patting rather than a blasting. This takes off lose and peeling paint faster and easier than any standard tip. Sometimes giving me a surface I don’t have to sand or scrape.

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