Water Conservation Using Your Pressure Washer

I admit it - I never used to think about my water usage or about conserving water. I used to use my garden hose for just about every outdoor cleaning project I had. But my actions have now changed for the better due to water shortages.

But did you know that a pressure washer uses up to 80% less water than a garden hose? You'll clean and conserve water!

My #1 best gas washer recommendation is the Generac 6596 washer that's available on Amazon.

Hands-down, it's my top all-around best gas washer choice. It has a quality Generac engine, an axial cam pump you can count on and it'll give you 2,800 PSI and 2.5 GPM. This Generac gas pressure washer has the kind of power that will easily tackle any home or yard cleaning project you have.

And this Generac 6596 also has Never Flat tires, which I love. No more flat tire hassles!

You can check Amazons price on this recommended Generac 6596 pressure washer.


And I want to quickly assure you that pressure washing CAN be one of the most effective, economical & water-saving outdoor cleaning activities around your home!

You see, the average pressure washer used by DIY/homeowners provides a pressurized water stream that is up to 50 times more powerful than the ordinary garden hose! That's powerful.

But here's the best part: because the water is highly pressurized by the pressure washer pump, and ejected through a small nozzle, you actually use LESS water to clean!

By cleaning with a pressure washer, you'll use up to 70-80% LESS water than a regular garden hose. Sounds great, doesn't it? I thought so too.

I find that I clean better, faster, more economically, and with less water using a pressure washer vs. a garden hose..

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