The other day, someone at the office figured he’d put a little prank on us. I don’t know if it was Varashnu, or Jim, but it was someone. We were supposed to watch a certain superhero flick, but instead, the office jester had us all sit down and then played this old movie called Chocolate or something, about a girl that opens up a chocolate shop and the candy is like a fix-it-all remedy for everyone in her city.

So anyways, we’re watching the movie, and there’s a scene where a 50-something old lady is scrubbing the floor. Her husband, all amped up on the chocs, suddenly sees her behind as attractive. While everyone else was mad that we were watching something really boring, the scene made me wonder something. What if she had a Powerstroke tool?

Indeed, most of us get down to scrubbing when there’s a stubborn stain, so the scene was normal and all. But it posed an interesting question. What if she had something like the Powerstroke PS80996 3100 PSI Pressure Washer and, instead of getting down, simply blasted the stain with a burst of water? Would their marriage fall apart? Would the town torch the shop for not delivering?

Well, I managed to get some amusement pondering all that, even if the movie wasn’t all that. Then I realized: we don’t have the Powerstroke PS80996 3100 PSI Pressure Washer manual on our site, do we?

Where can I get the Powerstroke PS80996 3100 PSI Pressure Washer User Manual for free?

That’s not good. That’s not good at all. So while everyone else was lamenting the movie, I went ahead and dug up the Powerstroke PS80996 3100 PSI Pressure Washer user manual. In doing so, I learned that there’s no need for scrubbing. Just power the thing up, blast the stain and save yourself a whole lot of effort. After reading the instructions, of course: