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Cleans algae off door: Check
Also cleans paint off door: Check
Can cut own hose: Check
Now covered head-to-toe in atomized organic crap: Check

My god. This is the Peak Boomer I've been missing all this time.
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Yeah my boomer dad gave my his when he consoomed a bigger one. They're helpful if you live in the salted north too. Just use the right head or it'll peel your paint.
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Always thought these were a little pointless. Clean my car with normal hose and soft brush, don’t really clean my pavers, I have old flag stones with a little moss in between, looks lovely, not sure where also I would use such a thing. Maybe it’s because my old man had one and cleaning pavement was one of my chores as a kid.



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