Pressure washing is, pretty much, our favorite summer hobby around here. In our most recent podcast, it was only a half-joke when we say we pressure wash every day. So we were very excited when Briggs + Stratton asked if they could send us one of their newest models and give one away, too! We also snagged a discount code for everyone (!!) I put at the bottom of the post. And with Father’s Day just around the corner, I can’t think of a more perfect gift.
This particular pressure washer (The Briggs & Stratton 2000 MAX PSI* at 1.1 GPM / 3.5 MAX GPM* at 80 PSI – Featuring POWERflow+ Technology™) has a fold down steel frame handle which makes it super compact so we can store it in our deck box and break it out nearly every day.
We’ve had intense wind and pollen this season which leaves our whole yard a mess, but our deck has definitely taken the brunt of it. And even though the Clam Shell color is really good at disguising dirt–there’s nothing like seeing it come clean with a pass of the pressure washer.
In addition to all the normal, regular, addictive things we pressure wash (the siding, driveway, sidewalk, patio furniture, windows, brick, trash cans, grill, garage doors, and even our cars!), occasionally there’s something inside that piques my interest–can I pressure wash that? should I? I have to try!
Our most recent backyard BBQ was the day after a huge rainstorm and our entry rug got riddled with muddy footprints–especially right by the front door–as a result. The rug is made up of low profile FLOR squares (their Suit Yourself line in Linen) that have a rubber backing and I brought each square outside to the freshly washed driveway (can’t stop. won’t stop.) for a good pressure wash.
One feature that’s super nice about this Briggs and Stratton pressure washer is the Onboard Detergent Tank that allows you to easily store and dispense cleaning detergents and the 7-in-1 Nozzle (that blue knob at the end) which lets you adjust pressure settings and apply soap with one-handed operation at the nozzle.
The difference is staggering–definitely a success. You can check out more pressure washing tips from Briggs and Stratton, right here.
As I mentioned at the beginning, although pressure washing is definitely not just for the guys, I don’t know one guy that wouldn’t love one of these powerhouses for father’s day. On Amazon, you can use code 15CLJ at checkout for 15% off any of Briggs and Stratton’s new 2017 gas or electric pressure washers (we have and love this one!), or any of the other models listed below, too!
And! As promised, we’re excited to give away one of these Briggs & Stratton S2000P featuring POWERflow+ Technology to one lucky reader! Enter through the Rafflecopter Widget below (prize ships to continental US only) and we’ll announce the winner Monday!
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