In a bid to compete with professional carwash services, inventors of the Blaster Brush hope that it will grow the DIY car washing market.
Users attach the device to a normal garden hose for a complete carwash and rinse, done in 10 minutes, without bending, reaching or getting wet, and using up to 75% less water.
The brush has a non-powered, high-pressure washer attachment built in, allowing the water to blast to an incredible power wash of up to two storeys high.
“The Blaster Brush has a lightweight aluminium telescopic pole where the length is adjustable to attain those difficult high-reach places with the wash brush,” the company says.
“It lets you effortlessly wash a section of your vehicle in just a few quick, short swipes with the washing brush, then blast off the wet soap with clean water immediately.”
As consumers continue to look for ways to make their money stretch further, do-it-yourself concepts are popping up all over the place. Blaster Brush is one. Can you think of any others?