I took a look back to this day two years ago when I started the annual powerwashing. This is a real pain in the neck job, but with Irish weather it must be done. Concrete becomes dangerous when a full year of sludge builds up.
The good news is that this year I am ahead of myself. I made a start yesterday, and completed the section outside the kitchen window.
I should also consider doing the wall. In fairness, it looks bad, but there’s no need. When summer comes and the sun shines, that wall looks as clean as a whistle.
Over the next few weeks I’ll tackle the patio area and the section leading to the glasshouse, followed by the small raised section beyond the vegetable beds. Finally, I’ll move to the front of the house and powerwash the driveway. Easing of Level 5 restrictions will get underway shortly after I’ve completed all the cleaning. This year, I’m particularly glad to have a few tedious jobs to do.
How have you been able to keep yourself occupied during Covid restrictions?
Do you powerwash? Do you like powerwashing? Do you ever write about powerwashing? Is there anything you’d rather be doing instead of powerwashing or writing about it? Select one of the above and leave a comment. For bonus point, write a comment that goes beyond one sentence!