It does a really good and efficient job at doing a quick light cleaning of whatever your cleaning, but note: it does NOT do a DEEP cleaning of concrete. I haven't tried it on wood so I can't say if it works good on decks. So as long as you know that it won't make your driveway look new after a long period of time between cleanings, then I think you'll be happy with it.
Bought the item, used it once. The next time I tried to use it the nozzles were plugged. Tried to buy new nozzles and NO ONE AT SEARS/CRAFTMANS could find the item. I had no problem finding it but they couldn't.
I used the water broom the first time today and it was fantastic. Some say the pressure isn't enough to get spots up. That's because this isn't designed to do that. You can spot clean with other nozzles before hand. Then use the "broom" to move more dirt faster. I also read the posts about clogged holes after using. When I was done there was a lot of debris on the nozzles. This is because of how close they were to the surface. I rinse off the nozzles after I was done. I see no problem with this product. Only good.
I have used the water broom twice to clean dirt and debris from my paved driveway. It works like a broom with pressure to move mud across the driveway. The only problem that I have experienced is the or is become clogged and must be cleaned.
Hooked up easily. Worked much better than I anticipated. Used this to powerwash the floor of a mechanic shop. Can't wait to try it on the coping around my pool once it warms up outside!