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We have had a string of mild days in a row, and I am scrambling to take advantage of them before the cold weather comes back! My poor front porch, back porch, and back patio are in sad, embarrassing shape. This summer, we painted the exterior of our home and I wanted a “haint blue” porch ceiling. Some claim that bugs and spiders mistake the blue for the sky and won’t congregate on a blue ceiling. I didn’t really buy this theory in the first place, but I’m here to tell you that our bugs and spiders definitely missed that memo. They LOVE my porch and it was scarier than Halloween out there.
After all the creepy crawlies were removed , I began washing all of the grime off the porch, railings, window sill, and brick wall. The broom connects right to your garden hose and has an on/off switch allowing you to control the water flow. It shoots an effective yet gentle stream of water, so if you have a painted porch floor like I do you don’t have to worry about the water pressure lifting off the paint.
So here is the final scoop on what I thought about this product!
Things I loved about the HomeRight Deck Washer & Soap Dispenser:
- The telescopic pole is fantastic for reaching overhead and is great for cleaning ceilings, walls, siding, etc.
- The soap dispenser attachment is helpful and allows you to just wash and go.
- The Deck Washer Broom does a thorough job at cleaning.
- It’s affordable and reasonably priced for the job it performs.
Things to consider:
- If you are cleaning overhead with the water turned on, you will get very wet :). I didn’t get wet at all, not even my shoes, while cleaning the porch, but I didn’t use any water overhead.
- The way the water shoots out of the broom works best while holding the broom at a normal downward 45• angle. I used the broom with the water turned on to clean my railings, the lower wall, and the window sill and had to play with the angle I held the broom.
- My broom head needed to be tightened back onto the broom a few times while cleaning. It wasn’t a big deal to me and didn’t impact the broom’s ability to clean, but I thought it worth mentioning as something to consider.
Let’s take a look at how well it cleaned with some final before and after shots!
My front porch looks so much better now and is ready to be decorated for Christmas! Woohoo! You can purchase the HomeRight Deck Washer Flow Through Broom on Amazon. Click the previous link (blue writing) to be taken to the site. HomeRight would like one lucky Home Stories A to Z reader to try out a Deck Broom Washer for yourself! To be entered in the giveaway, follow the prompts in the Rafflecopter widget below. (You can choose to do all the methods of entry to increase your chances of winning, or choose to do just one.) Good luck and cheers to clean porches, decks, patios, and sidewalks before the winter sets in!
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Thanks HomeRight for allowing me to review your Deck Washer! My porch thanks you as well but perhaps not the spiders. The spiders are definitely ticked ;). All opinions on the deck washer are my own.