You could have driven through just a dirty area and are covered with dust. Or perhaps you are caked in mud or black, salty slush after driving through rain or snow. Pick the cleaner that will work the hardest for you. Next, you will attach the hose to you washer, and apply the soap. Let the soap soak for several minutes, perhaps five to ten. The dirtier the truck, the longer you can let it soak. Next, you will begin to pressure wash trailer, starting from the top, working your way down. In order to reach high points of the trailer try one of our telescoping wand extensions. These helpful tools can reach as much as 24’ high areas. Telescoping wand extensions come with the trigger gun, so all you need to do is quick connect the pressure hose to the gun and pressure washing trailers becomes an easy task. Once you covered the entire area, rinse the surface with fresh water. In this case, also start from the top and work your way down towards the bottom, so that the dirty water does not go over the clean area. Then, you can clean under the hood, and even under the truck. But perhaps under the hood, you should presoak with a degreaser. If you want to expedite your work and save your back, consider the flex tubing extension tool. This tool can bend up to 90º, so that you can clean underneath the truck without kneeling and breaking your back. Once you’ve cleaned all those area you are ready to hit the road. A big truck is a big job, but when pressure washing, it is like a Mini Cooper compared to hand washing!
One does not just have to be an owner operator to purchase their own pressure washer, but perhaps a trucking company would benefit from having some of their own, rather than pay professionals to do the job.
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