Although summer may be drawing to a close and autumn is shuffling its way in, all happiness is not lost; if you have children, September means only one thing...they've gone back to school! Hurray for education!
So, as you go about trying to restore a vestige of sanity to your home following six long weeks with the little dears, I thought it would be handy to show you some of the ways you can depend on Karcher to help you through the worst of it.
Let's start with the outside. Karcher is well known and respected for its pressure washers, which can blast through dirt and grime around your garden, patio and decking. You can even use them on your car, boat, caravan, private jet or space shuttle for a gleaming finish. The Karcher K2 (along with a huge range of spares and accessories for other Karcher washers) is available at eSpares - check out my demo of this small but mighty beast:
So, that's the outside covered, but what about the inside? Well, once all the toys have been found, DVDs have been replaced in their actual cases and you've stepped on one too many pieces of Lego, why not consider steam cleaning to get surfaces and appliances sparkling again? In this video I'll walk you through some of the places you can use a steam cleaner, employing the very capable Karcher SC1020 for the occasion:
Of course, even when you've done all of that, there's the windows to contend with. Oh dear - getting a clean, streak finish on those panes which seem to be littered with fingerprints, smears and other marks you'd rather not guess at the origins of isn't going to straightforward...is it? Introducing the Karcher WV50 Window Vac available right now at eSpares - use it on windows (inside and outside), mirrors, picture frames, glass tables and a whole range of other places:
Now after that you might say "But what about conservatories and high-up windows that I can't reach? What about those, Josh? Hmmm?" Look out - Karcher to the rescue once again! Just hook up these rather swanky bits of kit and become the pride of your neighbourhood:
So, don't be afraid - get stuck in and breeze through the post-summer-holiday-clean-up! After all, it's only a few weeks till half term...