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    Hello everybody!

    I've decided to buy a pressure washer so I consume less time washing the car (cannot find the time anymore!). Which pressure washer would you reccommend? I'm looking for something good at a decent price. I've heared it is bad to use pressure washers, is this correct and why? What pressure washers do you guys use?

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    pressure washers are bad i would not recomend using one as they push all the grit/dirt thats on ur car into the paint work and can cause scratches,then when you go over it with a sponge you scratch your car, stick to taking that little more time and rinse it off with a hose then wash....it will be worth it.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazrick123 View Post
    pressure washers are bad i would not recomend using one as they push all the grit/dirt thats on ur car into the paint work and can cause scratches,then when you go over it with a sponge you scratch your car, stick to taking that little more time and rinse it off with a hose then wash....it will be worth it.
    Yes pressure washing caused problems with my tailgate opening on my touring .The best to use hose,and after sponge with car shampoo.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazrick123 View Post
    pressure washers are bad i would not recomend using one as they push all the grit/dirt thats on ur car into the paint work and can cause scratches,then when you go over it with a sponge you scratch your car, stick to taking that little more time and rinse it off with a hose then wash....it will be worth it.
    Nice one, offer advice that is well lets face it useless! Then go and advise using a sponge!!!

    Pressure washers are fine and coupled with a snowfoam lance give you a almost touchless wash system. Halfords have some amazing deals.

    Or try Here

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nilfisk-X-Tr...1156975&sr=1-2
     
     

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