Power washers have the capability to power blast oils stains and other harsh chemicals off any surface. The history of the power washer goes all the way back to the Prohibition era when Frank W. Ofeldt—while working on his whiskey— accidentally discovered that a water stream at high pressure through a small hose provided an effective cleaning method. The idea emerged again in the 1950s and was soon used widespread for cleaning various surfaces.
- Power washers use high pressure to remove and eliminate difficult stains and oils from surfaces. They use pressures between 2,500 and 3,000 psi (pounds per square inch).
- Pressure washers use small diameter hoses with 1 to 1 ½ inch diameter and have adjustable nozzles in order to focus the pressure onto one area.
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