Front Yard Work - Cleaning the Stoop with RYOBI Pressure Washer

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Well hello!
I'm back with another installment of our front yard work. This time is all about a good and powerful cleaning.

Earlier this year, we started taking care of our front and back yards, reviving the lawn, uplifting overgrown bushes in the front yard, re-arranging the flower beds, planting new bushes, adding mulch and well, taking care of all our outdoor spaces.  This is the progress pic at
the end of my previous post when these flower beds were updated.
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The next thing we needed to take care of was the stoop.  Oh my goodness, look at those dirty steps!! 😖
A few years have passed since I've cleaned those steps.
At that time, I did it by hand, cleaning and getting rid of build up rust.  This time, we were lucky enough to have the help of this brand new RYOBI 3100 PSI Honda Pressure Washer.

RYOBI 3,100 PSI 2.5 GPM Honda Gas Pressure Washer with Idle Down


And guess what? Mr. RLC took charge of this little boy! You can see him in action in this lil' video he made:

He did the assembling which is the bare minimum... Installing the power hose and trigger holders.

Connected the power hose and garden hose.

Then, the provided lubricant and the fuel were added.
It comes with complete and clear instructions for you to set it up without any trouble.
It is equipped with 5-in-1 nozzle for easy spray-pattern changes.
The mister started by power washing the siding, he didn't use soap, because it was a very hot day and he didn't want to deal with stuck on soap. All the cleaning that day was done with only water.
Cleaning the concrete stoop was the main task for the day.
And let me tell you, pressure washing is such a rewarding way to clean this type of structures.  You get immediate results!
The sides of the stoop and...
 Those dirty edges were cleaned so nicely.
It's kind of addicting. You want to continue cleaning all those dirty surfaces!! Here he continued with the walkway.
Guess what? I was dying to give it a try!! :D  It is so powerful!
This is how the steps looked all cleaned up and still wet. The rust marks didn't go, but they were minimized.
The following day with the steps all dried up and petunias flanking the door. 😍

Ryobi pressure washer used to clean concrete stoop
He also went and cleaned this part of the siding in the back of the house. That's just amazing! We still need to go all around the house and we also need to clean the wooden fence. It needs to be done one step at a time. ;) That's the beauty of owning a pressure washer, you clean at your own pace.
dirty and cleaned siding
For now, I'm delighted with the super clean little stoop. I think I need a wreath on that door.
green front door with purple petunias flanking the door and hello door mat
Hello Door Mat  |  Planters  |  Petunias  |
Well, the next steps are paint the door, the railing and maybe try to get rid of that rust for once and for all. :/

We highly recommend the RYOBI 3100 PSI Honda Pressure Washer for most jobs around the house. It is a small investment for all the cleaning jobs it can perform throughout the years. The only thing I would've had love it came with, was a longer power hose.

Here are some of its main features:
  • Powerful Honda GCV190 (187cc) OHC engine
  • Idle down technology for fuel savings, reduced noise and longer engine life
  • 5-in-1 nozzle for easy spray-pattern changes
  • 25 ft. power flex hose bends like rope for easy management
  • Maintenance free aluminum pump
  • On-board detergent tank for hassle-free cleaning
  • Roll cage frame design keeps engine protected in rough conditions
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • You can choose the best nozzle that fits your pressure washer needs.

Ryobi 3100 psi Honda pressure washer - how to clean concrete stoop


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3 comments :

  1. Wow, what a difference. It looks amazing.

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  2. Gracious what a HUGE before and after difference! Well done - looks so fresh and clean and new now!

    We have hired pressure washing - but we may need to look into owning one - there are so many things it is good for - but yes, ma'am - your front area has seriously gorgeous curb appeal now!!!!

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  3. It looks like you painted everything it looks so clean! I have rust spots from our well water. I look forward to learning how you will get rid of yours!

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