I've realized that if you have even a small one lying
around, there are a lot of small tasks that
are suddenly worth doing, like cleaning out
garbage cans. For those situations, what matters most
is how long it takes to get the thing out, set it
up with water and power, and put it back
when you are done. Features like wheels and
cord/hose storage become important for this.
--- David Scheidt <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 3/7/06, Doug Braun <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I had been lusting after a nice big gas-powered
> > washer,
> > but I considered how much I would actually use it
> > and how much room it would occupy in my garage,
> You can also rent them from most tool rental places.
> If you're only
> going to use it to wash a deck once a year, it may
> make sense to just
> rent one for a day. It'll cost more in the long
> run, but you don't
> have the thing taking up space, and you don't have
> to maintain it; you
> can also get a big honkin' one.
> David Scheidt