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Super-Satisfying Power Washing Videos Are Taking Over the Internet

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If the recent internet sensation of pimple-popping videos has completely grossed you out, a new viral craze might be more up your alley. Pressure-washing and power-washing videos are just as strangely satisfying, and there's nothing dirty about this trend (except maybe the dirt that's getting washed away).

If you're unfamiliar with the cleaning practice, allow us to introduce it to you: Pressure washing is the use of high-pressure water on a surface in order to remove dirt, mildew, or other icky residue, according to ABC Home & Commercial Services. While power washing is essentially the same thing, it specifically features hot water in order to get the job done. And we have to tell you, the satisfaction you get from watching these power-washing videos is just as good as the satisfaction you get after washing every last speck of dirt, dust, or grime off your own home goods — only with these videos, you get to enjoy that same fulfillment without actually having to do any work at all. Talk about a win-win situation! See some of the most impressive power-washing videos in the video below:

Sure, there are plenty of other oddly satisfying online videos at your disposal — including those aforementioned pimple-popping clips, blackhead removal videos, and even cake-smashing footage — but if you want to distract yourself with something wholesome, power-washing and pressure-washing videos are pretty much guaranteed to hit the spot.

As for pressure-washing specifcally, you might be interested to know that an entire community of people have gotten together to create a pressure-washing subreddit where individuals can post before-and-after pictures — as well as video transformations — of their decks, sidewalks, shower tiles, and everything in between.

One video that really caught our eyes was this two-in-one grout and tile cleaner. Look at that thing go!

Maybe not satisfying but definitely satisfactory

If you're intrigued, the Turbo Hybrid will set you back more than $800 (ouch!), but if you want to add it to your Christmas wish list, 20 years of kitchen spills don't stand a chance. Happy cleaning — or maybe just watching for now!

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