Anyone who uses a power washer will be interested in this new rotating attachment for power washer wands. It lets you adjust the spray tip to multiple angles anywhere up to 90 degrees, and then lock it in place.
The 4-in long, brass Wand Wizard is designed to attach to the wand on most any pressure washer. It has a male coupler at one end and a female coupler at the other, and a spring-assisted locking collar in the middle. You remove the wand’s original spray tip and attach the Wand Wizard in its place, then attach the spray tip back onto the Wand Wizard (a thread-type model is also available).
To change the spray angle, you slide the locking collar back with one hand and use your other hand to twist the spray tip up or down and then lock it in place.
“It’s very handy to use because you can reach areas you could never reach with a straightaway spray wand,” says inventor Gene Johnson. “One customer uses it to get behind a valve body on his combine where oil and debris collects, and if the valve body gets hot it could start a fire. He couldn’t reach this area with a straightaway wand, but he can with the Wand Wizard. It has many other uses, including washing debris away from under lawn mower decks.” According to Johnson, the Wand Wizard will work on 90 percent of the pressure washer spray wands on the market. You can check out a short video of it at www.thewandwizard.com.
Contact: Gene Johnson, 426 NW 48th Pl, Des Moines, IA 50313 (ph. 515-480-4646: www.thewandwizard.com; firstname.lastname@example.org