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AR Blue Clean Hand-Carry Pressure Washer

April means spring cleaning to many. Despite my Lazy name, I'm not immune to spring cleaning fever. As the weather started to get better the last couple of weeks, I realized that I needed to do some cleaning of our patio. The pine needles and pollen create quite a mess.

This got me thinking, "What's the Lazy way to clean this place up?"

A few months ago, I had gotten a Toro Electric Blower. It has been great for the pine needles. Once again it did the job cleaning my 20x20 patio with a lot of nooks and crannies in between 5-10 minutes.

That was only half the job. The patio furniture still had tons of pollen and the BBQ needed cleaning as well. For some reason it occurred to me to that a pressure washer was the answer. So I went to Amazon to find a highly-rated one. That's where I found the AR Blue Clean Hand-Carry Electric Pressure Washer.

If I've said it once, I've said it a million times, you can trust a name like "AR Blue Clean" (sarcasm). Nonetheless the reviews were good and I liked that it ran on electricity and was small. I wasn't looking to do professional work, so convenience played a large role in the selection.

Overall the pressure washer lived up to its reviews. I was surprised how things that didn't even look dirty got much, much cleaner with the power-washing. I could literally write name in the dirt with the power-washer. Most importantly, it saved me a ton of elbow-grease and had everything clean in under an hour.

If you think I sound up-beat about the power-washer, you should have heard my wife. It's not everyday that I get excited about cleaning. My response was that if you gave more men a gun and a lance there would be a lot more cleaning going on.

Posted on April 13, 2012.

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