Power Washing Experience Is Important
Everyone believes that they can do anything a specialist does. It’s not true, especially with pressure washing, as the craft may require training and skills acquired over time while working. The same thing goes for kids. They observe what adults do and want to try it out anytime they have the chance.
A little boy has been watching his father power wash their home, garage, patio, floors, and what have you. Little did his dad realize what was going on in his boy's mind; more so, not thinking that little ones could be naughty sometimes. So, every time his dad finished power washing and locked the machine in the garage, the boy would say to himself: “I’ll handle this machine and power wash the roof one day.”
Pressure Washing Mischief
One day, the father had finished power washing their pavement and pushed the machine back into the garage for storage, as usual. Then, the little boy watched where his father keep the garage key. After his dad and mom had gone out, he went straight for the key and headed to the garage. He opened the garage door, but the machine was too heavy for him to push. He decided to try and set the machine up, right in the garage and try his luck but to no avail.
It was meant to be fun, but he couldn’t get the machine started up for the task because the machine was a gas powered washer. All he could do was play with the spray gun until his parents returned. His dad asked what he was up to, and he explained that he wanted to help out by soft washing the roof himself.
Power Washing Instruction
Then the father sat him down to explain the major parts of a power washer and the setup. He made the little boy understand that a power washer could be a gas-powered or electricity powered. He took him through the essential parts of the machine and how to connect the high-pressure hose and the garden hose connection for water supply. The dad explained the different types of nozzles and their uses.
Pressure Cleaning Safety
Concluding his explanation of the working of a power washer, the father made his little boy understand the need for pressure washing safety and experience when using the machine, as it could result in accidents if precautions are not taken. He also warned that safety gear should be worn and avoid pointing a spray nozzle towards anyone to avoid harming anyone due to the pressure of the water.
Fast forward many years, that little boy now owns his own power washing company. And he will never forget the time his dad took to "show him the ropes" of pressure cleaning.
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