May 18, 2007, Newsletter Issue #65: Hitting the High Spots With a Pressure Washer

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Sometimes you have everything in place to turn the pressure washer on the side of a house, when you realize that your wand isn't long enough to hit the house's high spots. To add to the embarrassment, you can't use a ladder. So what do you do? Most pressure washer operators use special "at the gun" nozzles that shoot the chemicals high up (where they belong). At rinsing time, you can reach higher surfaces with an 18-24 foot extension pole. (Hint: You won't be able to touch it with a ten-foot pole.)

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