There is a chance of injury or property damage while using a pressure washer, but if you avoid these six common errors, you may reduce that risk. When it comes to cleaning, preparing for work, or sanitizing after a particularly dirty task around the house, a pressure washer is an incredible asset. While there isn't much in the way of formal training required to operate a consumer-grade pressure washer, users should nevertheless exercise care to prevent injury and unintended property damage. By avoiding these six rookie errors, you can make using a pressure washer easier and safer. Ignoring the Spray AngleThe cleaning surface should be approached at an angle while using a power washer.
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