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When we first moved into this house in Missouri we were plagued with teenage pranks at night. At different hours in the middle of the night people would ding dong ditch our house, or bang on the front door. One time they even rang the doorbell a bunch of times and then sprayed the front porch with silly string. We aren’t sure who was doing this, or why they were doing this. Perhaps there used to be teenagers that lived here and they didn’t know they had moved. Who knows. Anyways, after a couple rounds of this we decided to leave our porch light on at night thinking they would be less likely to approach our front door with a light shining down on them. Sure enough the lights worked, but it also created a healthy eating environment for spiders and other critters. Now our porch looks like an insect war zone in the mornings with bug carcasses strewn about. This true all the way down the front of our house as well as we have lights across our driveway. I was glad to be done with the pranks, but now had new issues.
The Sun Joe comes with a little bit of assembly required. It’s basically screwing some parts on. It only took about 15 minutes to put it together and we were ready to get washing the front of our house! One it was assembled my kids starting calling it Mike (after Mike Wazowski, it does look like a happy little monster), so meet Mike, our pressure washer.
The Sun Joe Pressure Washer is available on the Sun Joe site and is also the #1 pressure washer on Amazon. We love it at our house and definitely recommend it.