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Old 02-12-2012, 06:47 AM   #15
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A pressure washer is no different than a garden hose but distance is the determining factor.
My garden hose doesn't produce 1200+ psi, but my pressure washer does.

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My garden hose is 70 psi my pressure washer is 4gpm 4000 psi 13 hp Honda powered. It works fine to make the tires look good but they are the only thing it gets near on my coach (-: It does a great job of making dirty black concrete patio decks and sidewalks look like new.


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There IS a relationship between PSI, and distance you know. Ed
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Ya-I know (-: With the monster I have you can't hardly get far enough away to make it safe to use. A long handle brush and a old Mr Clean car wash sprayer works for me.


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