Broom Jet is a tool that you can use to clean virtually anything outside your home, such as your outer siding, your walkways, your patio, or your vehicle. It'll attach to a regular garden hose, and comes with three interchangeable heads, including a broom head with a built-in squeegee and two different jet-spraying heads. With its extendable telescoping handle, you'll be able to use this device to clean almost any hard-to-reach place without the help of a professional.
The cost of Broom Jet is $29.95 plus $6.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Broom Jet by paying an extra fee of $3.95 for a total price of $40.85.
When you use Broom Jet's broom head, this head's thousands of bristles will get to work scrubbing unwanted dirt off virtually any solid surface, while the head's 14 water jets rinse the dirt away. If you flip this head over to access the built-in squeegee, you can even use it to clean glass surfaces, such as windows, without leaving streaks behind. Both the wide jet-spraying head and the pinpoint head of the same type also make effective cleaning tools. You'll be able to use the former to rinse off a large surface while the latter is perfect for power-washing smaller, more specific areas that have accumulated dirt.
To begin using Broom Jet, select either the broom head, the wide jet-spraying head, or the pinpoint jet-spraying head and ensure that the one you choose is attached securely to the end of your device.
Attach Broom Jet to your garden hose in the same way as you would another garden hose attachment.
Finally, flip the device's flow control switch, which resembles a handle, and begin using your device to wash away dirt and grime.
This tool will remove dirt and stains from a wide variety of surfaces commonly found around the home, including those made from plastic, stucco, brick, asphalt, tile, marble, concrete, and glass.
Your Broom Jet's handle will quickly expand in length so you can use it to clean hard-to-reach places such as the siding above your door or stone that's located under bushes. You may even be able to reach second-floor siding or windows without using a ladder. Moreover, due to the handle's ergonomic design, it'll be unlikely to fall out of your hand, regardless of how far you have to reach.
If you use this tool to wash your vehicle, you'll find that it's powerful enough to effectively remove dirt from your tires and wheels, but gentle enough that it won't scratch the vehicle's main surface. Besides motorized vehicles, you may also want to use it to wash bicycles.
The Broom Jet's wide jet-spraying head is gentle enough to be used on most plants without damaging or destroying them. However, it's best to keep the pinpoint head away from plants, due to its strong, precisely targeted stream.
Children who want to learn how to do yard work can safely use this tool, as it runs on manpower only. If you have more than one Broom Jet, you may even want to get the whole family working in the yard at once.
This device's handle will retract as quickly as it expands, so when you need to store it, it won't take up more than a few feet of space in your garage or shed.
The Broom Jet has not been designed for use indoors. Although you could use it inside your home if you wanted to, you'd likely end up with excess water everywhere.
If you choose to use Broom Jet, you won't need to invest in a larger power washer or hire a professional to clean the outside of your home.
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There are too many plastic screw-on pieces. If you twist one way, the broom connection leaks. Twist another way and the handle with the lever leaks. Another way and the hose connection leaks. No matter how much these pieces are tightened, they will come loose. They all have plastic threads that come loose and will strip.
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