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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 6:20 pm 
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Well Peeks......not everyone wants to get the hose out and run electric cords. In areas where there's hose pipe bans are common, you can't do it anyway :crying:

But the simple answer is: a jet washer uses around 7 liters of water per min and if you have a water meter using a lower power washer with a 5 liter bucket saves money. :whee:

You can fill it with hot water with cleaning products too. :dance:

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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 11:06 pm 
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Baby Gravy wrote:
Well Peeks......not everyone wants to get the hose out and run electric cords. In areas where there's hose pipe bans are common, you can't do it anyway :crying:

But the simple answer is: a jet washer uses around 7 liters of water per min and if you have a water meter using a lower power washer with a 5 liter bucket saves money. :whee:

You can fill it with hot water with cleaning products too. :dance:

Ridiculous man
You don’t have much use for a jet washer in a flat anyway!
Btw, there is a tube/tank thingy on the Karcher jetwasher that you put into the cleaning product as well [shrug65465.gif]


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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 11:39 pm 
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Peeks wrote:
Baby Gravy wrote:
Well Peeks......not everyone wants to get the hose out and run electric cords. In areas where there's hose pipe bans are common, you can't do it anyway :crying:

But the simple answer is: a jet washer uses around 7 liters of water per min and if you have a water meter using a lower power washer with a 5 liter bucket saves money. :whee:

You can fill it with hot water with cleaning products too. :dance:

Ridiculous man
You don’t have much use for a jet washer in a flat anyway!
Btw, there is a tube/tank thingy on the Karcher jetwasher that you put into the cleaning product as well so there........................... ner............. ner.............. ner................. ner..................... ner. [shrug65465.gif]


You tell him Peeks. [thumbsup.png]


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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2018 6:56 am 
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Well I may not live in a flat, I do have a first floor balcony [eng1.gif]
And a basement that attracts rubbish [9n5.gif]

Let's say I wish to wash the balcony down and removed the seagull shit :blush:

Run the hose up the front of the building to the first floor.
Run a electrical cable thru a bedroom onto the balcony.
Carry the jet washer thru the house to the first floor.
Set it all up.

The removed it all.

Let's say I want to wash the car.

Run the hose up the basement steps and across the pavement.
Run the electricity cable up the basement steps and across the pavement.
Carry the jet washer up the basement steps and set up.

I now have trip hazard on the public pavement and need to watch for joggers, old people, drunks and family with buggies [9n5.gif]

Afterwards this all needs to be removed.

Let's say I wanted to wash down the basement decking and fire escape :shifty:
Run the hose from the front basement garden tap thru the house.
Run electricity cable out the window.
Carry the jet washer thru the house and set up.

Then remove it all.

I could put more garden taps and external electricity points in and save running hoses and electrical cables :think:

This year I picked up a cordless jet washer and saved a lot of trouble :whee:

To clean the balcony I just carry it up and fill the bucket from the bathroom.
To clean the car I just carry out to the street and fill the bucket from the kitchen. No more public trip hazards.
To clean the decking and fire escape, fill the bucket up from the kitchen once again.

Over all this all comes down to where you live. :winedrinker:

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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2018 7:08 am 
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Baby Gravy wrote:
Well I may not live in a flat, I do have a first floor balcony [eng1.gif]
And a basement that attracts rubbish [9n5.gif]

Let's say I wish to wash the balcony down and removed the seagull shit :blush:

Run the hose up the front of the building to the first floor.
Run a electrical cable thru a bedroom onto the balcony.
Carry the jet washer thru the house to the first floor.
Set it all up.

The removed it all.

Let's say I want to wash the car.

Run the hose up the basement steps and across the pavement.
Run the electricity cable up the basement steps and across the pavement.
Carry the jet washer up the basement steps and set up.

I now have trip hazard on the public pavement and need to watch for joggers, old people, drunks and family with buggies [9n5.gif]

Afterwards this all needs to be removed.

Let's say I wanted to wash down the basement decking and fire escape :shifty:
Run the hose from the front basement garden tap thru the house.
Run electricity cable out the window.
Carry the jet washer thru the house and set up.

Then remove it all.

I could put more garden taps and external electricity points in and save running hoses and electrical cables :think:

This year I picked up a cordless jet washer and saved a lot of trouble :whee:

To clean the balcony I just carry it up and fill the bucket from the bathroom.
To clean the car I just carry out to the street and fill the bucket from the kitchen. No more public trip hazards.
To clean the decking and fire escape, fill the bucket up from the kitchen once again.

Over all this all comes down to where you live. :winedrinker:

Well if you have a front garden and a drive there’s no issue is there!
You don’t have a car though, and if you do,take it to the Polish men in Tescos car park, cracking wash, hoover and buff up using Autoglym products for 12/15 quid.
You don’t have to clean seagull shit from all the flats, just do your balcony with a bucket and a stiff broom [thumbsup.png]


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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2018 7:26 am 
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I'm not paying anyone a fiver to wash the car :snooty:
Autoglym for £15 :shock:

Wots wrong with wash and wax from screwfix [shrug65465.gif]
It's only a fiver and lasts me all year :dance:

Bucket and a stiff broom....hmmm :think:

This is how I clean up the balcony before and it's really hard work...... too much work :blush:
My old Karcher jetwasher made short work of it. :dance:
Again I'm back to water hoses and power cables [9n5.gif]

And the main reason I started looking for a cordless power washer this year. :shifty:

My Karcher jetwasher 10 years old and reaching the end of its working life. It made sense for me to go cordless and its just far more convenience :winedrinker:

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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 12:15 am 
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My snow foam addiction is getting worst :blush:



I've cleaned the car twice a week since the heatwave started.......just love soaping the car up [rofl02.gif]

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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:32 am 
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I'm all for cordless everything.

I tripped over the lead to our lawnmower a while ago and spent the next eight weeks in writhing agony.

Try a subcutaneous hymentomia for size.


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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 2:01 pm 
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Argos sell a cordless lawn mower for £100

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7345696? ... gIWw_D_BwE

Take a look [eusa_angel.gif]

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 Post subject: Re: Cordless Pressure Washers
PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 2:04 pm 
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Why not go petrol for £125 [shrug65465.gif]

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WORLD-CUP-Hy ... SwglBbNlBR

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