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    hey guys, I was reading an old car mag and came across this

    It's a "portable" pressure washer and holds 15 litres of wet stuff. Now, where I live and where I park my car it is almost impossible to get a hose to reach.... so I was wondering if anyone knew if the product was any good or had practical experience with this one.

    I am just wondering if the pressure would be any good (43.5 - 130.5 PSI), the video only seems to display bicycle cleaning.....

    It can plug into your cigar lighter, a socket or have it's own charged up battery power (separate unit and cost).

    As always, all comments welcome. Cheers! Red.
     
     

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    all well and good having it plugged into the fag lighter but then you got to have a door open... washing the car and a dooor open isnt a good idea lol also the hose will be tiny and your 5 series well... isnt lol get 2 buckets... and then get another to rinse it.. and some elbow grease man.. lol
     
     

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    you'll no be washing your car anytime soon anyway give it a day and its minging.. remember where we live...
     
     

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    yeah i know dude, trust me i have done the 2 bucket method all day long and it comes up great but I haven't even started the alloys :(
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbenstrikes View Post
    all well and good having it plugged into the fag lighter but then you got to have a door open... washing the car and a dooor open isnt a good idea lol also the hose will be tiny and your 5 series well... isnt lol get 2 buckets... and then get another to rinse it.. and some elbow grease man.. lol
    Gotta to agree with Bigbenstrikes
    Just remember washing your ride isn't only practical, its cathartic
    ditch the jet wash and get some "wipe on-wipe off" action
     
     

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    get yourself a long reach wheel brush.. some Autosmart G101 diluted 5/1 and a brush from B&Q like this one which i have.. for doing your fronts and the nooks and crannies.. done..
     
     

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    If you got a MacGreggors Industrial Supplies then they stock autosmart products... and G101 can be used for a million and 1 things so could be a worthwhile investment..
     
     

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