Pressure Washing Your Deck With Sprayglide

By Robert Robillard on Decks And Porches, Product News

The folks at Spray Glide. Recently sent me their pressure washer accessory.

SprayGlide Pressure Washer AccessorySprayglide pressure washer accessory

The Sprayglide™ attaches to any pressure washer with a wand measuring from 1 / 2 ” (12.7mm) wands and 3 / 4″ (19mm) wands

Sprayglide™ is made of strong 30% glass filled nylon, a stainless steel axle, and solid soft rubber spherical wheel, plus commercial grade Velcro® fasteners, no tools are required.

Pressure washers used to close to a surface can be damage the decking by the powerful stream of water coming out of the wand; you have to be very careful not to get too close.
One issue I have noticed while washing a flat deck surface is your lower back gets fatigued.

The Spray-Glide tool clamps onto the wand with Velcro-like material and allows you to adjust the distance from the wand tip to the surface you’re cleaning. It has a wheel on the tip that allows you to just push the pressure-washer wand back and forth on the roller, allowing you to stand normally. This alone eliminates the physical strain involved in ground level pressure washing and is a huge back ache saver!

The Sprayglide™ can also be used on wall surfaces.

If you use a pressure washer to clean decks, docks or driveways, the Sprayglide™ is a must.  This little accessory will improve your project quality and efficiency and save your lower back at the same time!.

Features:

• Easily attaches to any pressure washer wand.
• Reduces stress on your back.
• Protects surfaces from damage.
• Improves job quality & efficiency.
• Guaranteed built to last with super strong nylon body, solid soft rubber spherical wheel, stainless steel axle, and genuine Velcro® brand fastening system.
• Patent pending and manufactured with recyclable material.

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Robert Robillard

Robert Robillard

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Robert Robillard is a general contractor, carpenter and operates a remodeling company located in Concord, MA. He is the editor of ConcordCarpenter.com and ToolBoxBuzz, and a has a weekly column in the Sunday Boston Globe. Rob is a recognized leader in tool and how-to information for building professionals, he hosts the Concord Carpenter Cable TV Show, offering advice on home repairs and maintenance. On his website, Rob uses his knowledge and experience to help and educate on best practices in the remodeling industry. His motto: “Well done is better than well said!”. Contact Rob at: info@aconcordcarpenter.com

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