Normally going for $200, this Sun Joe Electric Pressure Washer is a beast that can quickly make short work out of just about any household cleaning job. It features 2,030 PSI (pound per square inch) of raw power with a maximum water temperature of 104 degrees Fahrenheit, and it's armed with a 14.5-amp motor — which is surprisingly quiet, yet powerful. Trust us, this is more than enough power and strength for residential use.
"This thing is great but insanely addictive. My neighbors would rate this 0 stars because I'm running this bad boy at all hours. Car wash at 4am? You bet. Hose out the garage and all down the driveway? Consider it done. Neighbors dog won't stop barking? Aim and squeeze," said a delighted five-star reviewer.
Meanwhile, this pressure washer is designed with dual ‘easy-glide’ wheels at its base, so it’s portable enough to take around your home for various jobs. It’s also fast and efficient at washing dirt, grime and other icky things. And thanks to its 1.2-liter tank, this washer is designed for toughest of jobs. Just point and spray, and you’ll be done in time to enjoy most of your weekend.
Got stuff that needs watering? The Aqua Joe Kink-Free Garden Hose is up for the task. This 120-foot hose has a fiber jacket that's weather- and abrasion-resistant, meaning it'll last for a long time. It's also BPA-, lead- and phthalate-free, so you can feel good about the water that flows through it.
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The South Australian Liberals are set to retain the prized state seat of Bragg in a by-election forced by the resignation of former deputy premier Vickie Chapman, but not before being pushed to the wire.With only postal and pre-poll votes to count this week, Liberal Jack Batty is clinging to a narrow lead over Labor's Alice Rolls after another big swing to the ALP.
Egyptian authorities have closed off a stretch of the country's Red Sea coastline, a day after a shark attack killed an Austrian woman swimming near the resort of Hurghada.The 68-year-old woman, who lost a leg and an arm in the shark attack, died shortly after she was brought to the private Nile Hospital in Hurghada, an Egyptian health official said.
Independent ACT senator David Pocock is open to backing Labor's 43 per cent emissions reduction by 2030 target if it has "integrity".While Senator Pocock wants to see a higher target, he would welcome the less ambitious goal to ensure action started on combating climate change.
Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko has used a speech to threaten military retaliation against anybody who attacked his country, as tensions over the war in neighbouring Ukraine remained high.Speaking on Saturday on the eve of the country's Independence Day, Lukashenko said he had ordered his armed forces to target "the decision-making centres" of Western capitals in the event of an attack on Belarus, adding: "Don't touch us - and we won't touch you," according to state news agency Belta.
Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong says the government is committed to the "highest" nuclear non-proliferation standards when it comes to securing new nuclear submarines.Her comments come ahead of her visit with the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency on Monday.
Senator David Pocock has knocked back a suggestion by another independent for a federal corruption watchdog to be able to sack politicians.North Sydney independent MP Kylea Tink last week suggested the powers for the body, which would range from sanctions to firing politicians based on how severely they breached codes of conduct.
There appears little doubt that the Reserve Bank of Australia will lift the cash rate again when its board meets on Tuesday, the third monthly hike in a row.If economists are correct, borrowers will be looking at another 50 basis point increase as the RBA tries to rein inflation as it balloons towards seven per cent this year from an already lofty 5.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is in London for talks with her British counterpart Boris Johnson, with trade and the war in Ukraine dominating the agenda.Johnson greeted Ardern with a handshake outside the door of Number 10 on Thursday, welcoming the New Zealand leader on her first UK trip since the pandemic began.
Anti-terrorism powers available to NSW Police should be wound back because they aren't able to use them correctly, the law enforcement watchdog says.The Law Enforcement Conduct Commission's (LECC) latest tri-annual report on NSW Police's use of anti-terror powers has given a bruising assessment of the force's use of legislation.
Tasmania has launched a review into how a pedophile nurse had worked in a children's ward of Launceston General Hospital amid harrowing evidence from victims at an inquiry.Premier Jeremy Rockliff on Sunday said the state government will establish a Child Safe Governance Review of the hospital and its human resources, to focus on the handling of serious misconduct such as institutional child sexual abuse.
Two sailors have been reunited with family after spending about 15 hours clinging to their capsized yacht amid heavy winds and large swells off the NSW South Coast.The pair got into trouble about 1am on Saturday when their yacht capsized 15 nautical miles off the coast of Wollongong.
Clinics are shutting down abortion services in the nation's second-largest state after the Texas Supreme Court blocked an order briefly allowing the procedure to resume in some cases, the latest in legal scrambles taking place across the US following the reversal of Roe v Wade.The Friday night ruling stopped a three-day-old order by a Houston judge who said clinics could resume abortions up to six weeks into pregnancy.
Eating disorder recovery advocates are hopeful an initiative to offer a suite of treatment options in a single register will boost support, particularly in regional areas.A national directory of eating disorder clinicians called connect*ed has been launched to help Australians who struggle with conditions like anorexia to get treatment faster.
President Vladimir Putin says political pressure from the West is accelerating Belarus's integration with neighbouring Russia, which has been proceeding on and off for more than two decades."Unprecedented political and social pressure from the so-called collective West is pushing us to speed up the unification process: together to minimise the damage from the illegal sanctions, to make it simpler to master the output of required products, to develop new competencies, to expand cooperation with f