Don’t we just feel relaxed whenever we see dirty being cleaned? Of course, we do. After all, seeing a messy place getting cleaned is very soothing and nothing in this world can beat this feeling. If you also think this way, this post is going to treat your eyes with the before and after pictures from power washing projects. These pictures will surely calm your OCD down and you can thank us later for that.

Also, after seeing the pictures, don’t forget to tell us which part of your home needs power washing. 

(One note of warning: if you use a pressure washer, follow the instructions carefully; do not use it to wash animals or other people, no matter how dirty they may have gotten.)




#1 Not Power Washing, But Too Good Not To Share

#2 That’s Imperial Castle In My Hometown Poznań. It Looks Way Better After Cleaning

#3 Roommates Thought The Sink Was Permanently Stained. I Got Bored In Quarantine And Proved Them Wrong

To understand more about power washing, we reached out to a Dublin-based power washer. This man runs The Powerwash Man and he told us “Everyone, from kids to older people enjoy watching our videos”. “I think this may be because satisfaction is nearly instantaneous, seeing the results before your eyes. And with the ease of the power washer, it is so satisfying.”

“With Covid this year, it’s thrown everyone off. We’ve seen a difference from last year. At first, we were just ticking by, but as people were at home, the business actually went up. I’d say, as customers were looking at the dirt and grime every day, they decided to get their power washing done”.

“We had to approach how we dealt with customers differently, as I love to shake a customer’s hand at the start, tell them who I am, and have the chats. This year, I find I’m not engaging the same as in the past due to Covid, but I’m sure we’ll be back to normal soon.”

#4 Power Washed Patio Then Built A Canopy

#5 Feast Your Eyes, You Power Washing Freaks

#6 A Building Janitor In France Trying To Give A Smile For The Residents During The Lockdown

#7 I’ll Finish Washing The Fence Tomorrow. But Until Then…

#8 Picasso On Driveway. Dirt, Water, Power Washed Concrete. Me. 2020

#9 Picked Up This Old Concrete Park Table As A Freebie. Had To Take The Power Cleaner To It. Apologies About The Cat, He’s An Exhibitionist

#10 Looks Almost Like Fresh Paint

#11 Power Washed For The Very First Time, Thought You Guys Would Enjoy

#12 Pressure Wash The Driveway She Said

#13 I Told My Wife I Was Taking Pictures For My Friends On The Internet. She Said “They’re Not Your Friends”

#14 Half Way There

#15 Now We Won’t Slip Going Down The Stairs

#16 I Didn’t Even Know We Had Multi-Colored Tiles

#17 Very Dirty Tractor From Fall

#18 Customers’ Patio Area That I Cleaned Recently

#19 My Husband Bought Me A Power Washer For Mother’s Day. I Wasn’t Thrilled At First, But Now I Can’t Be Happier

#20 Before And After My First Wash Job

#21 16 Years Of Neglect vs. 3200 PSI Pressure Wash

#22 Got This Table For Free Today

#23 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

The moral of the story – don’t listen to the people who haven’t accomplished anything. Find a positive mentor and chase that dream.

#24 I See Your Driveway And Raise You An Entire Ship

#25 Did This For My Grandpa, What Do You Think?

#26 Today The Fence, Tomorrow The World

#27 I Told My Dad That People On Internet Love This Kind Of Stuff

#28 Just Moved Into A New Rental And Knew This Would Be My First Thing To Do

#29 Can You Tell Where They Stopped For The Day?

#30 Power Washed These Adirondack Chairs That Have Been Sitting Outside For 30 Years

#31 Wife Wanted To Buy A New Playhouse. I Wanted To Use My Power Washer

#32 The Back Patio Of Our New House. I Have On Good Info That It Hasn’t Been Cleaned In Around 40 Years

#33 My Clothes Smelled Like Swampy Ocean And Seagull Poop But That Was A Price I Was Willing To Pay

#34 No Caption Needed

#35 I Just Assumed That Those Were The Colors Of The Tiles When I Bought The House