Sunrise Peak Jeju: Seongsan Ilchulbong

Sunrise Peak Jeju: Seongsan Ilchulbong

Hiking, Korean mythology, and awesome food. Talk about a perfect vacation. If you're planning to visit Jeju Island make sure you read this article first.
Ansan Station: Take a Walk on the Wild Side

Ansan Station: Take a Walk on the Wild Side

Take a walk on the wild side with this virtual tour of Ansan Station, one of the coolest destinations you can travel to near Seoul. Check it out!
Restaurant Review: Millak Raw Fish Town

Restaurant Review: Millak Raw Fish Town

Did you know there's such a thing as "penis fish"? There is! Wanna know what it tastes like? (Hint: It's not delicious.) Read on for all the slimy details!
Korean Soju 101: How to Drink Like a Korean

Korean Soju 101: How to Drink Like a Korean

If you're a foreigner living in Korea you're no stranger to confusion. Korean culture can be an inscrutable beast. Even going out for a drink (which you'll do a lot in Korea) seems to require a PhD in strange social conventions. But don't worry, this article has you covered. ...
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The most important things you know should about pressure washers

Are you searching for a pressure washer that will give you that easy-work-experience? Do you just bought a brand new washer and don’t know how to use it? No need to worry about that because we’ve have a few details you need to know, to flow well with your new washer.

First of all- go for the best pressure washers in the market. Though they may be slightly expensive but their quality is what you should prioritize. Of course, there’re types of them, so your selection should be defined by the type of work you’re going to do. For instance, if it is home use, then go for 2000-3000psi pressure washers. Secondly, don’t forget that pressure counts. Knowing the right pressure needed to wipe off grimes on different surfaces is important. This is because the pressure with which the water from the machine flows can cut through delicate surfaces or materials.

To purchase a top-rated best pressure washer is one thing. Knowing how to use it effectively is another thing.  So instead of employing a professional hand to use it for you, here are the few tips we thought you should know, to be able to make most use of it:

  • Some pressure washers come with nozzles that are color-coded showing forcefulness and narrowness of spray pattern. Each color represents a specific pressure flow. The low-pressure nozzle that will get the cleaning done is preferable because, using a narrow nozzle can damage the surface you’re
  • Before kick-starting the cleaning, test the nozzle by spraying an invisible area. In this way, you would find out if the nozzle is narrow. Remember if it’s too narrow it could damage the surface you’re trying to clean.
  • When cleaning, position the tip of the nozzle at a distance and at an angle above the surface to prevent damage. Do keep the nozzle moving while spraying, to avoid pressured water cutting into the surface.
  • Winter is not friendly to some metal objects, therefore you should use Simpson pump guard pump preservative to store the machine against corrosion and freezing.

While keeping these few details mentioned above at the back of your mind, you can as well make your quickest selection among the top-rated pressure washers by one-click. This is the easiest way to find top-brands known specially for producing smart pressure washers that fit your definition of quality.

So why don’t you go for these pressure washers that have top-rated brands on them and make the most use of them?

Hiking Hallasan: A Walk in the Clouds

Hiking Hallasan: A Walk in the Clouds

Hallasan on Jeju-do is Korea's tallest mountain. It's also one of the best hiking adventures you can have here or anywhere else in the world.
Korea's Crazy Eights: Korean Slang

Korea’s Crazy Eights: Korean Slang

Interested in learning Korean? It's a challenge but we can help. Dig into this article for eight super useful, hilarious, and just plain weird examples of Korean slang.
Everyday Adventures: Three Ideas for Keeping Life Fresh, Engaging, and Joyful

Everyday Adventures: Three Ideas for Keeping Life Fresh, Engaging, and Joyful

Whoever you are, wherever you're at, life can be experienced as meaningful and loaded with adventure. I'd forgotten that after five years here in Korea. Here's what I did to reconnect with this simple, powerful truth.
The K-Pop Experience in Two Memes

The K-Pop Experience in Two Memes

I wouldn't call this the definitive guide to the K-pop experience...but it's pretty damn close.
Strange Korean Foods: Pig Guts Soup

Strange Korean Foods: Pig Guts Soup

Korea has loads of strange Korean foods to tempt the appetites of adventurous eaters. One of our favorites is pig guts soup. Read on and dig in!
Gwangalli Beach: Busan's Hidden Gem

Gwangalli Beach: Busan’s Hidden Gem

Summer means vacation time and vacation time means trips to the beach. Gwangalli Beach in Busan is a great place to spend a summer's day -- and night! Click through for how to get there and what to do once you've arrived.
Cycling in Korea: Renting a Bike on the Han River

Cycling in Korea: Renting a Bike on the Han River

Cycling in Korea is a lot of fun, but it can also be pretty dangerous. This article offers tips for staying alive on the road plus a guide to renting a bike on the Han River.
Still Life with Nude

Still Life with Nude

The people and natural beauty of Korea are a major source of creativity. This piece of short fiction was inspired by a scene I observed while walking along a creek bed in Jeollanam-do.
Chiaksan: A Mountain of Myth and Beauty

Chiaksan: A Mountain of Myth and Beauty

You can't throw a rock without hitting a mountain in Korea. Not that you'd want to throw a rock at a mountain -- that'd be pretty redundant, wouldn't it? What I'm trying to say is, there are a lot of mountains in Korea. Chiaksan is one of our faves.
The Song of the Dragonflies

The Song of the Dragonflies

A short piece of fiction inspired by the natural beauty of late-summer in Korea.
Korea's Poop Obsession: Part Deuce

Korea’s Poop Obsession: Part Deuce

The conclusion to our look at Korea's poop obsession. Now with 100% more poop inspired snack bread.