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Connect the Turbo Water Jet Broom to a standard garden hose and its “high-pressure” water jets will “sweep” your patio, deck, driveway, sidewalk, garage floor, or other outdoor surface, using just three gallons per minute.

The broom rolls easily on two wheels.  A soft foam grip caps the 59″ long handle, and a water valve lets you control the flow of water to the threaded brass nozzles so you don’t have to run back to the hose bib.

Made from heavy-duty aluminum, steel, and brass, the Turbo Water Jet Broom is available with either a 26″, 5-jet head for $47 or a 36″, 7-jet head for $55.

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13 Responses to Water Broom “Sweeps” Up The Outdoors

  1. Kevin Pace says:

    I will never see that in the state of Florida so long as this drought continues. We can’t even use pressure washers or garden hoses to clean cars anymore.

  2. Frank Townend says:

    I read some where that wasting water (yes even at 3 gal. per minute) is not as good as the exercise you get, and the reduction in water you use by picking up a broom. Oh and the broom is cheaper too.

  3. Barri says:

    I dont know where he gets his water pumped from but it looks like he has a few hundred bar of pressure from his water supply.

  4. MattM says:

    Or you could just use a broom that uses zero gallons of water per minute.

  5. bob says:

    That is a foreigner right?

  6. Michael W says:

    This would be great in a glassblowing shop (where sweeping with a broom raises dust which can lead to silicosis). We used to hose out the shop and sweep it wet.

    This would eliminate a step.

    Actually this would be perfect anytime you need to keep dust down while you clean.

    Also where we live we can’t “waste water” as it goes right back into the aquifer (well water is great!).

  7. dylan says:

    how observant bob, what’s that got to do with anything?

  8. Chris W says:

    It must be good. It is a “turbo”.

    Go Foreigner!

  9. jeff says:

    In the winter you could pull out the nozzles and add a short length of towel. It would be great for adding a layer of ice to the outdoor home ice rink.

  10. Jerry says:

    “Just” 3 gallons per minute? What about saying it uses 180 gallons per hour? That’s a lot of water wasted when you could pick up a push broom and use zero gallons of water. This looks like another way to waste our natural resources.

  11. paganwonder says:

    The ol’ push broom did a lousy job of removing the algea and moss up in the Pacific Northwest- this tool has its uses, even if not in your region. Plus- how can you tell who is a foreigner in this melting pot country of ours?

  12. kdp says:

    >Plus- how can you tell who is a foreigner in this melting pot country of ours?

    Isn’t it obvious? His watch is on the other wrist.

  13. Dano says:

    I’d rather use one of those firehose nozzles..

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