Father’s Day is coming right up, and this year, I’m not stressing at all about what to get for my husband, John. I’m really lucky in the fact that he is exactly like me when it comes to receiving gifts. We’d both rather get something practical, that we actually need, rather than something we could do without. That makes gift giving incredibly easy.
We moved into our house three years ago, and home maintenance projects are always on our list of things to do. Because of this, I often buy John tools for Christmas, Father’s Day and his birthday. This year, I decided to do something just a little different. I received this product for free, but all opinions are 100% my own. I teamed up with Sun Joe to surprise him with a new pressure washer! I was so excited to show him the Sun Joe Pressure Joe 2030 PSI 1.76 GPM 14.5-Amp Electric Pressure Washer SPX3000 that they sent me to review.
Over the last few years, our house had built up a pretty thick layer of dirt and grime, and it was really starting to bother us. It’s really disheartening when your house, that you work so hard to pay for, starts to look old and worn. John and I both knew it was time to give our beautiful home a long overdue cleaning to spruce it back up again.
John was so excited to dig into the pressure washer box, that he volunteered to do the unboxing video for me. We were lucky to get our one year old son, Logan, down for a nap during our recording, but our feisty little three year old daughter, Kayleigh, wanted to join in the fun. She thought it was so fun to be in a video, just like those kids she watches on YouTube. Please excuse her excitement and curiosity, and check out this great pressure washer!
Doesn’t it look awesome?! It was really so easy to put together, too. We eagerly started using the pressure washer right away, and were blown away by the results. Our house runs on well water so we decided to only pressure wash the dirtiest areas around our house to start, and we will be working on washing the rest of it here and there over the next couple of months, so we don’t put too much strain on our well in one day.
The filthiest spot on our property was the side of the garage. It was covered in this really green layer of mold and just looked so awful.
John used the pressure washer, with the green tip, and it all came off so easily! It was so fun to watch the garage go from dingy to beautiful right before our very eyes.
Next, we used the pressure washer on the lattice portion of our deck, and it removed all of the dirt and grime from there with ease as well.
We finally moved on to a portion of our house that had been covered with grass the last time John mowed the lawn. As you can see, it cleaned up very well!
We have plans to repaint the foundation of our house, and also repaint our shed this summer, and this pressure washer will play a key part in getting those paint-ready.
The Sun Joe Pressure Joe 2030 PSI 1.76 GPM 14.5-Amp Electric Pressure Washer SPX3000 can be used to clean so many different surfaces, from siding to decks, driveways, even your car. There are different quick connect tips that you can put on to get each job done quickly (0º, 15º, 25º, 40º and soap).
It also has two removable tanks, a 34-inch extension wand, making it easy to access hard-to-reach areas, a 20 foot long high pressure hose, a powerful 1800 watt motor, a very long, 35-foot power cord, and it comes with a 2 year warranty, too!
My parents also borrowed the pressure washer from us for a week to clean up their home. My Dad was right in heaven, and my Mom texted me photos to show how excited they were about it. This is a photo of the white fence in their back yard. You can see how dirty it was, and the area at the bottom where they had used the pressure washer to clean it.
The Sun Joe Pressure Joe 2030 PSI 1.76 GPM 14.5-Amp Electric Pressure Washer SPX3000 is an excellent Father’s Day gift idea. My husband told me that using the pressure washer had a very soothing effect on him, and he really did enjoy using it.
So, what do you think? Will you surprise your Dad or husband with a Sun Joe Pressure Joe 2030 this Father’s Day?