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 While many of us don’t forget to add the lawnmower, the leaf blower, and the chainsaw to our ever-growing repertoire of outdoor garden maintenance, the pressure washer is often forgotten. However, once you own one, you’ll wonder how you ever managed to live without it.  

 What does a pressure washer hose do?

  A pressure washer offers the ability to cut your cleaning time in half. It is used for many tasks, such as removing flaking or blistered paint from the side of homes, clear away mud and dust from windows, wash your car or boat, and remove dried glass clippings. Using over 50% less water than a hose, it’s the economical and smart way to clean up around your home or property. What size pressure washer hose do you need?  This all depends on the kind of work you plan to do with your pressure washer. Being aware of your cleaning goal will help you make an informed purchase decision.  An electric engine pressure washer (1300 to 1900 psi) is best used for car washing, BBQ grills, small decks and patios, as well as outdoor furniture. A gas engine (2000 to 3100 psi) is also good for these tasks, as well as for fences and boats. When you have a really tough job ahead of you, a gas engine of 3200 to 4200 psi is perfect for paint stripping and surface prep, graffiti removal and fleet maintenance. 

 How to use your pressure washer hose

  If you have never used a pressure washer hose before, there are a few things you should know. When you clean vertical surfaces, wash from the bottom up, and rinse from the top down. Also, because a pressure washer uses so much force, use the broadest, lowest-pressure nozzle to get the job done, as a nozzle that is too narrow can cut into the surface you are trying to clean. Keep the nozzle moving as you are washing, and hold the tip of the pressure hose at an angle and at a good distance to prevent damage.  When you need a pressure washer hose, look no further than eBay. Discover new and used garden washing equipment at great prices today.

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