There’s a part of us, deep down, that naturally feels amazing if we see a mess tidied up or something nasty being washed up. It is all because of our inherent ability to turn chaos into order. Right up there with unintended symmetry and fractals, and when things match up perfectly in a frame, there’s nothing other than the pressure wash that our perfectionist souls find really satisfying to watch.
The before & after photos of power washing projects are too satisfying to not to post, so we have gathered some of the best photos to make you go ‘umm’ and ‘oh fudge, yeah’ and think about what areas of your home or back yard need a good, long heavy, symmetrical scrub. (h&t: Akvile & Jonas)
Not Power Washing, But Too Sweet Not To Share
I’m going to finish cleaning the fence tomorrow. But until then, you…
Pick Up The Old Concrete Park Table As A Freebie. The Power Cleaner had to be taken to it. Apologies About The Cat, The Exhibitionist
Picasso On Driveway. Dirt, Water, Power Washed Concrete. Me. 2020
A Building Janitor In France Trying To Give A Smile For The Residents During The Lockdown
Looks Almost Like Fresh Paint
Ralph Ryback, writing on Psychology Today ties our need for organization and cleanliness to the fact that our bodies are well-organized and well-regulated, even at the atomic level.
“It wouldn’t be surprising, then, if the reason we crave symmetry and cleanliness in our homes is to mirror the organization within our very own bodies. Neatness and order support health—and oppose chaos,” he explains.
Whether or not it is the case, tidiness and cleanliness are the basic aspects of becoming an adult. By keeping our homes neat, we’re maintaining our health, and we’re still staying fit while we’re on the move. It’s an integral part of a life of good quality. And the next time you’re ordered to remove the garbage, do it with a smile. Or tell your companion that you would happily swap chores with them if they let you wash the patio with power.
Maybe we don’t have a power washer at home, but guess who’s going to do the dishes with a smile on their face today?
Power Washed For The Very First Time, Thought You Guys Would Enjoy
Roommates assumed that the sink was permanently stained. I got bored in quarantine, and I proved them wrong
Power Washed Patio Then Built A Canopy
Feast Your Eyes, You Power Washing Freaks
That’s Imperial Castle In My Hometown Poznań. It Looks Way Better After Cleaning
Now We Won’t Slip Going Down The Stairs
16 Years Of Neglect vs. 3200 PSI Pressure Wash
Before And After My First Wash Job
I Didn’t Even Know We Had Multi-Colored Tiles
Pressure Wash The Driveway She Said
My Husband Bought Me A Power Washer For Mother’s Day. I Wasn’t Thrilled At First, But Now I Can’t Be Happier
I See Your Driveway, And Raise You An Entire Ship
Very Dirty Tractor From Fall
Customers’ Patio Area That I Cleaned Recently
Power Washed Half The Tennis Court
Half Way There
Got This Table For Free Today
My Neighbor Knows Where His Property Line Ends
A Little Tennis Court Cleaning We Did This Week
Just Moved Into A New Rental And Knew This Would Be My First Thing To Do
Can You Tell Where They Stopped For The Day?
Washed Off 20 Years Of Texas Weather This Weekend
No Caption Needed
First Time With A Power Washer! I Played Tetris With Paving Slabs
The Back Patio Of Our New House. I Have On Good Info That It Hasn’t Been Cleaned In Around 40 Years
Dirty Tractor And Cart. Not A Perfect Job But Still A Little Difference
Totally Did Not Realize The Amount Of Grime Build Up
Before & After: Power Washing Our Patio Furniture
The Previous Owner Left Her Power Washer. After 9 Months, My Husband Finally Used It. 2020 Thrills
I Just Assumed That Those Were The Colors Of The Tiles When I Bought The House
I Just Remembered This Picture From 4 Years Ago. I Think It Fits Nicely Here
Cedar Picnic Table I Power Washed Last Summer. It Had Sat In The Shade Unused For 9 Years. It’s Good As New
I Was Passing By A Building In Tehran And I Saw This
I Never Knew These Stones Had Such An Awesome Pattern. At Least 10 Years Since Cleaned
My Sister Has Been Busy
Probably Should Have Done This Sooner
Blowing Off The Old Deck Table
Saw My Friend’s Porch And Insisted On Pressure Washing It For Her
One Of The Only Good Things About All Of This Free Time
When I Mentioned Starting A Pressure Washing Business, People Laughed, Shrugged It Off, Or Claimed There Is No Money In It. Four Years Later, I’m So Glad I Did
Moral of the story – don’t listen to the people who haven’t accomplished anything. Find a positive mentor and chase that dream.