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Bucket washing 14 70.00%
Car wash/high pressure hose 5 25.00%
Car wash/moving brushes that rip antennas off. 0 0%
Scew it, let mother nature remove all the squirrel from the underside. 1 5.00%
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Old 08-29-2010, 01:40 PM   #11
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I use the high pressure and a bucket after a rain or if she'* just real dirty. Other wise it'* a bucket and garden hose in the backyard
this is how we do
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Owning my own pressure washer > everything else
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Owning my own pressure washer > everything else
i also have one, i paid almost 700 bucks for it, but shitty thing is with black, you have to use your hand lol
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You see the color of my car? You don't think I know your pain? I use my pressure washer and a bucket. Also, you got gyped. I've found out that the $100 electric ones from Wal-Mart work very good.
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x2 on the electric ones, not as powerfull as the gas ones and kinda scary since it'*
water and electricty, but they work well for the small price you pay.
I use all kinds of diffrent ways to wash the car (when I do) it just depends on what mood im in.
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x2 on the electric ones, not as powerfull as the gas ones and kinda scary since it'*
water and electricty, but they work well for the small price you pay.
I use all kinds of diffrent ways to wash the car (when I do) it just depends on what mood im in.
Why is it scary? What do think the water pump for an RV runs on? Sump-pumps for boats? They've been doing this for awhile now.
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i have 3 or 4 electric ones at home, they never ever last for me and they all leak
i bought a briggs one with a honda motor, 3200 PSI i think. i had the 3200 PSI nozzle on and it pealed the paint off my dads SLE lol
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I only use brushless car washes when it'* an emergency or if it'* winter time & I don't feel like freezing my fingers off--besides i need the undercarriage wash of the auto car washes to get all of the damn salt off my car before it starts rusting it. Other then that I always wash it by hand. I have this special process & I found out in Pensacola that I panic when people try to help me wash her. It was a bad experience, I thought I was gonna have an anxiety attack because my ex was doing it in a different order then what I'm use to.
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