The simple cleaning chore that will transform your house facade in MINUTES

An Australian woman has revealed how she transformed her driveway without using any harmful cleaning chemicals.

Mum Danielle used the $199 Karcher K2 pressure cleaner from Bunnings Warehouse and cleaned the driveway herself with her husband.

‘Amazing what a difference a pressure hose makes! I didn’t realise how gross it was and couldn’t believe how clean and fresh it looks – the house is literally glowing,’ she said and shared before and after images to a popular DIY Facebook group. 

BEFORE: Mum Danielle used the $199 Karcher K2 pressure cleaner from Bunnings Warehouse and cleaned the driveway herself with her husband

BEFORE: Mum Danielle used the $199 Karcher K2 pressure cleaner from Bunnings Warehouse and cleaned the driveway herself with her husband

AFTER: ¿Amazing what a difference a pressure hose makes!¿ she said and shared before and after images to a popular DIY Facebook group

AFTER: ‘Amazing what a difference a pressure hose makes!’ she said and shared before and after images to a popular DIY Facebook group

The driveway originally looked grey and dirty, but once cleaned the navy coloured bricks and clean white cement were revealed.

The chore took six hours to complete but made the pavement look brand new, as the dust and weeds were removed.

The transformation impressed thousands of other social media users part of the online Facebook community, and the post itself received more than 5,200 ‘likes’.

The driveway originally looked grey and dirty, but once cleaned the navy coloured bricks and clean white cement were revealed

The pressure cleaner (pictured) can be bought from Bunnings Warehouse stores and online

The driveway originally looked grey and dirty, but once cleaned the navy coloured bricks and clean white cement were revealed

‘I thought they were two different drive ways,’ one person said.

‘That looks like it’s been freshly laid. You’ve done an amazing job!’ another said. 

A third said: ‘Wow I am so impressed, it looks like it’s been newly stencilled.’ 

Another woman said she also used a pressure cleaner to easily remove the marks on her pergola roof and shared two images. 

Another woman said she used a pressure cleaner to easily remove the marks on her pergola roof

The Bunnings 'dirt blaster' product itself comes with a rotating point jet that easily dissolves stubborn dirt

Another woman said she used a pressure cleaner to easily remove the marks on her pergola roof (before and after pictured)

The Bunnings ‘dirt blaster’ product comes with a rotating point jet that easily dissolves stubborn dirt.

It has a quick connecting feature on the gun and machine to allow the accessories to be swiftly interchanged.

The water pressure can be adjusted by simply by turning the nozzle and the product is available in store or online. 

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