Choosing Your Telescoping Wand



The telescopic wand can keep your feet flat on the ground and extend your reach one, two or even three stories high.

The way a telescopic wand works is simple and effective. A high-pressure hose is guided up the inside of the pole and connects at the tip. This lets you set the length from fully retracted to fully extended, and anywhere in between. It is not all pie in the sky, however. It takes a fair amount of pressure to push water up in the air, so these wands connect to larger pressure washers with 3/8" hoses. Telescopic wand will flex when the pressure is turned on, and again when it is turned off, therefore, you must be at least 10 feet away from power lines at all times.


1. Do not use on or near electrical wiring of any kind.
2. Keep at least 10 feet (3 meters) away from power lines.
3. Do not touch or aim spray at electrical wiring of any kind.
4. Do not operate from ladders or elevating devices or any kind.
5. Operator must maintain both feet on solid ground.

Fiberglass-telescoping wands are lightweight and inexpensive. These wands have a maximum temperature of 200 degrees.

These Professional-grade wands can even be used with commercial hot water pressure washers. Holding a pole up in the air can be tiring. A telescopic wand belt will support some of the weight and add stability, letting you work longer and more effectively. You can snap any quick connect nozzle onto the angled end.

When looking for a telescopic wand, look for wands that are modular and repairable. You might select a length that will not have to be fully extended for most uses. A partially extended wand is more rigid than a fully extended and therefore has less wand sway.

The Extension Wand Control Kit & Belt Shoulder Harness


The extension wand control kit attaches to a telescoping wand and allows for easier control of the wand. It is durable and lightweight, right or left hand adjustable and easy to install and control.

This handy belt supports the telescopic wand, which eliminates fatigue on the operator’s arm.

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