Pressure Washer Tips

February 29th, 2016

Some pressure washers come with an assortment of color coded spray tips. Each one has a different spray from the high pressure pin point spray to a wider low pressure spray. A tip that produces a spray about the width of a 2×4, with medium pressure, is perfect for washing decks. Assemble the pressure washer Read More

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Hot water, why is it better than cold water?

February 22nd, 2016

There can be no debate that hot water cleans better than cold water. Hot water is essential for cleaning concrete where grease and oil is present like at the drive-thru at banks and fast food restaurants, but it also cleans all concrete better in general. Hot water emulsifies grease and oil, but it also helps dissolve dirt Read More

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How can waterjets cut through steel?

February 15th, 2016

A waterjet is a tool used in machine shops to cut metal parts with a (very) high-pressure stream of water. As amazing as it sounds, if you get water flowing fast enough it can actually cut metal. Think of a waterjet as something with about 30 times the pressure of the power washer wand at your local car Read More

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Pressure Washer Burner Maintenance Tips

February 8th, 2016

The heater portion of a hot water pressure washer requires more maintenance than any other part of the machine. Pressure washer burner maintenance extends past the components that make up your burner assembly. In order for your burner to operate at peak efficiency, your engine, battery, pump, and unloader must be functioning properly. KEEP YOUR FUEL Read More

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