With PowerWash Simulator Video Game, Clean Without Leaving The Couch Controlling a high pressure hose, you shoot water at dirty houses. Virtually, of course. You don't have to rent a powerwasher, and you can do it over and over again.
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With PowerWash Simulator Video Game, Clean Without Leaving The Couch

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With PowerWash Simulator Video Game, Clean Without Leaving The Couch

With PowerWash Simulator Video Game, Clean Without Leaving The Couch

With PowerWash Simulator Video Game, Clean Without Leaving The Couch

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Controlling a high pressure hose, you shoot water at dirty houses. Virtually, of course. You don't have to rent a powerwasher, and you can do it over and over again.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Have you ever blasted away dirt and grime from a wall on your house or maybe a deck? Power washing is awesome. Now, if only there was a way to recreate that feeling without getting up from the couch. Well, there's the power wash simulator video game. Controlling a high-pressure hose, you shoot water at dirty houses - virtually, of course. You don't have to rent a power washer. And you can do it over and over again. Now make me a video game where my kids learn how to do the dishes. It's MORNING EDITION.

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