Pressure washing offers the quickest, simplest, and most enjoyable way to keep your home looking its best," said David Hults, Kärcher marketing manager. "You’ll have the neatest home in the neighborhood once you get rolling!
Denver, Colo. (PRWEB) June 04, 2014
Pressure washing — that time-tested way to get just about anything clean — has long been the domain of noisy white vans and workmen in hazmat suits, or smelly and unwieldy machines rented by weekend warriors for annual deck scrubbings. But now, a new breed of electric appliances from Kärcher is revolutionizing home cleaning. Kärcher, a global leader in cleaning technology, offers a new line of easy-to-use, extremely portable power washers that bring industry-leading engineering to a package perfectly sized for a North American home.
The revolutionary K3 Follow Me is leading the charge. It takes the hassle out of pressure washing, making it the go-to method for cleaning jobs large and small.
The Follow Me turns the world of power washing on its side, placing the appliance on four sturdy wheels for tag-along convenience, eliminating the need to constantly lift and move the pressure washer while you clean. With an on-board detergent tank and the Kärcher Quick Connect System on all hoses, it’s easy to get started — though users may find it hard to stop. Two included wands — the DirtBlaster® and the Vario Power Spray — don’t just bring new life to patios, but are versatile enough to conquer fencing, driveways, windows, siding, even weed removal. Pumping out 35 times the pressure of a garden hose, the Follow Me can tackle the toughest of jobs, but its adjustable pressure allows a delicate touch on automobiles, play equipment, outdoor furniture, and painted items. The small package and built-in accessory storage make the Follow Me light, compact, and easy to store. Users are surprised how often they find themselves plugging it in.
"Pressure washing offers the quickest, simplest, and most enjoyable way to keep your home looking its best," said David Hults, Kärcher marketing manager. "You’ll have the neatest home in the neighborhood once you get rolling!"