*Always get the pressure washer that has hot water! Don't draw attention to yourself, don't run for the barn (you wouldn't want to look to excited to do this job) but casually make a bee line for the pressure washer with the hot water - it makes the job a lot easier!
*Dress for the job - just because it is cold outside doesn't mean it will be chilly in the barn - working combined with steamy hot water makes for a fairly warm working environment - which brings me to my next tip, always wear a bra - let's be honest your going to get wet and a wet t-shirt contest in a hog barn is not pretty - spring break or not!
*Be careful where you are pointing the pressure washer wand! Water has to go somewhere and when you spray it into a feeder or corner that place is right back in your face- and that includes anything that it hits in the process - feed, manure and bits of re-hydrated afterbirth!
*When stepping in and out of crates always hold on to something! When water is coming out of the wand at 3000psi and you are on one foot - it will knock you on your butt every time!
Take my tips and do with them as you please: use them the next time you wash a barn or as you lay down tonight and say your prayers be thankful you are not me!
It just doesn't get any more real than this: