Now, connect your power washer to the outside valve with the regular hose, attach a nozzle and start the engine (turn on the equipment). Spray your car or truck thoroughly with water. Apply an adequate amount of detergent with a chemical injector. Be sure you use powerwasher approved cleaning solution so that you don't damage the paint on your vehicle or harm your lawn while pressure washing car. The best results are achieved when you work on small sections at a time. Start spraying at the distance of 3-4 feet. If more pressure is needed bring the wand closer to the surface. Equally important is the angle at which you hold the wand. With our electric unit you need to use a 25-degree angle for washing cars and/or trucks, this way no damage can occur because of the sudden high pressure. When spraying, try to use overlapping movements and clean the chasse starting from the bottom and work your way towards the top. Some spots may be more difficult to clean, in that case use more water and soap. Please, do not forget to do the bottom of your car. You can use an angle extension wand in order to clean underneath the body. Five to ten minutes after you’ve sprayed the solution on, you can rinse the surface with the clean water. When rinsing, make sure you start at the top and work your way down until the whole vehicle is detergent free. Do not try to rinse your hands or feet with the pressure washer. It can tear your skin right off. Enjoy your clean car.
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