sturgeon wrote: smile0784 wrote: purple5ive wrote:
sturgeon wrote:Sorry if I'm hijacking. But I wonder what power of pressure washer would be good enough to wash a glass boat? Need some advice on whether to get one and which to get. Thanks.
do you have to wash your boat at home??
why dont you do it at the carwash, the equipment there is generally powerfull enough.
Unless of course you boat is moored, or sits on a dry dock etc.
Even if it's moored and put on the trailer or slip.
A high pressure was should be able to clean any muck off.
Yah. It's easier to wash at home. So was thinking if I need a pressure washer. Right now, just using spray hose and good old hand mitten to wash it.
Ok fair enough, i generally try to wash the boat and flush it prior to coming home, so that i dont make a big noise and **** my neighbours off.
any decent pressure washer should be able to do the job for you.
one thing i would recomend you do is actually buy the model with the longest hose.
most if all come with 3m-5m hose length, this is bugger all when wanting to reach around tight areas or stretch to cover ground, its gets annoying real fast.
buy the one with the longest hose you can afford.
also i have a special foam gun attachment on mine (not the shitty ones that actually come with some from factory) they can spray foam and cover the whole car/boat which will save you having to soap the car/boat down as well
i paid about $99 for mine about 4-5years back, they are a lot cheaper now.