9 Pressure Washer Uses that Will Blow Your Mind

You probably already know that you can use your pressure washer to remove those stubborn stains from your driveway, car or even grill. The pressure washer has numerous applications thanks to its versatility. But did you know that you can use a pressure washer to slice fruit? If that sounds unusual, read on to find out some of the most unusual and unexpected applications of the pressure washer.

  1. Use a Pressure Washer to Peel Potatoes

If you hate peeling potatoes, you may be happy to know that you can just let your pressure washers do it for you. Just toss your potatoes in a crate and pressure wash them until the skins come off. While this process may not be applicable for just a few potatoes, you’ll find it very useful when you have a lot of potatoes to peel.

  1. Use a Pressure Washer to Skateboard

Did you know that you can sue a pressure washer to skateboard? How you may ask? Well, all you need us a pressure washer, a skateboard and a smooth long driveway and then simply aim the pressure washer at the ground behind the skateboard and essentially ride it, letting the water push you forward.

  1. Use a Pressure Washer to Carve a Pumpkin

Carving tools can make it very difficult to make a good jack-o-lantern, not to mention the time it takes to come up with the perfect carving. But did you know that you an aim a pressure washer at the pumpkin to easily cut out great big eyes and the giant smile. You may not get the intricacy of a well carved design, but it works if you have little time.

  1. Use a Pressure Washer to Scale a Fish

All fishermen know this hack. When you have too many fish to clean and very little time what do you do; you use a pressure washer. This is also a great way to scale your fish without getting your hands dirty.

  1. Use a Pressure Washer to Blow Leaves Away

When your lawn is covered by leaves in fall, it can be a beautiful sight. But at some point, you will need to use the space for other purposes. The rake or leaf blower might work but a pressure washer is much faster and effective in blowing the leaves away and keeping your yard clean.

  1. Use a Pressure Washer to Slice a Grapefruit

Yes! As unusual as it sounds, you can actually use a pressure washer to slice a grapefruit. But there is a science to it, which is using the zero degree red tips on your pressure washer to slice the grapefruit precisely without destroying it.

  1. Use a Pressure Washer to Get a Ball Out of a Tree

The nest time you throw a ball and it gets stuck in a tree, forget about getting the ladder or climbing the tree, just aim your pressure washer towards the ball and you’ll have it down in no time.

  1. Use a Pressure Washer to Create Sidewalk Art

Did you know that you can use the pressure washer to draw on your sidewalk? If you decide to do this though, make an outline sketch with chalk first before using the pressure washer.

Finally, while the pressure washer may have numerous handy and sometimes unusual applications, it is important to keep in mind that these machines can be dangerous. Keep them out of reach of children and ensure that you follow the recommended safety precautions by the manufacturer of the pressure washer you use.

 

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