Today was a great day to take out some plants and spray them off.
If you have house plants that are infested with pests such as spider mites, mealy bugs or scale, a good rinsing will go a long ways towards cleaning them up.
Tomorrow is predicted to be very mild as well, so, take those plants outside where you can spray plenty of water without being concerned about making a mess.
The stream of water you use must be strong enough to knock off the bugs but not so strong as to tear or bruise the leaves.
Citrus trees have very tough leaves and seem to be able take quite a bit of pressure. Others plants however, are more delicate. Start with a fine spray and increase the pressure if needed. You’ll have to judge it yourself.
I use a 3-hole nozzle that puts out a very fine, yet strong stream of water that knocks off just about everything without damaging leaves.
Take advantage of this January thaw while you can.