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Ryobi Pressure Washer

Ryobi Pressure Washer

A pressure washer makes quick cleaning of driveways, decks, siding, windows and more.

Why You Should Rent a Pressure Washer

Why You Should Rent a Pressure Washer

There are some household tasks where tool rental is the best option so instead of dropping big bucks consider a rental at a fraction of the cost.

Ways To Use A Pressure Washer

Ways To Use A Pressure Washer

Have you guys seen that commercial (for a headache medicine, maybe?) where the husband pressure washes the deck and obliterates all of the outdoor furniture? Too funny! All joking aside, however, pressure washers (also known as power washers) can be great tools, especially if you have exterior maintenance tasks. If […]

Use a Pressure Washer to Remove Paint

Use a Pressure Washer to Remove Paint

The gals at housemade took a pressure washer to their front retaining wall which besides peeling paint is a necessary element for their plant beds. We’ve seen how well pressure washers clear walkways of slippery moss and other debris but they are also effective at removing peeling paint from masonry, […]

Refinishing an Outdoor Deck

Refinishing an Outdoor Deck

If your deck has seen better days and is starting to fade, get fuzzy, or even splinter then you should consider refinishing your deck which consists of chemical stripping, power washing, sanding, and finally staining your deck. Here are some great resources for approaching this project and take precautions when […]

Removing Peeling Paint from a Retaining Wall

Removing Peeling Paint from a Retaining Wall

The gals at housemade took a pressure washer to their front retaining wall which besides peeling paint is a necessary element for their plant beds. We’ve seen how well pressure washers clear walkways of slippery moss and other debris but they are also effective at removing peeling paint from masonry, […]

Power Washing a Pathway

Power Washing a Pathway

Damp surfaces on decks and pathways can remain slippery and dangerous even after they are dry because algae begins to form wherever water settles. Shaded pathways are particularly difficult to keep dry and they are often times the most heavily used. Your first step should be keeping your path or […]