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Handheld Pressure Washer

Use high-pressure water to clean tile grout.
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Pressure washers have been used for years to clean cars, concrete, and buildings. Why not make a small one, with a water feed from the sink faucet, a small electric pump, and a tiny nozzle to concentrate the spray. Probably about the size of a Dremel tool, and darned useful to boot.

note: 'Bathroom' removed to please [humanbean]

Baker^-1, Jan 02 2004

Handheld bathroom pressure washer http://www.waterpik...splay.do?prdNbr=132
Of sorts. I suppose you could probably clean your grout with it. [waugsqueke, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Steam Buggy hot pressure washer http://www.wonderfu...=5369061&PID=948801
Small, high pressure, uses tap water. [waugsqueke, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       A croissant and butter to you, good sir. I'd like if the hose was retractable for use with cleaning toothbrushes, too.
motive power, Jan 02 2004

       I've used a waterpik before...not nearly high pressure enough to clean tough grout, though. (Was restoring an old kitchen.)   

       The steam buggy would work, but the ones I've seen didn't use a high-pressure water stream. Plus the increased probability of burns.
Baker^-1, Jan 02 2004

       The moter will not be neccecary - have a piston moved by the faucet water directly move a smaller piston in a high-pressure pump - volume might be a bit low though...
my-nep, Jan 03 2004

       [+] Considering the small size, would it be cordless?
goldbb, May 10 2009


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