These are the best friend’s a girl can have. And many an “uncleanable” stain has been removed via these two things. Just used it today to clean the fallout (the greasy stuff your house wash won’t tackle a few rows under the eaves) and a 6 inch rust stain under an exterior faucet. Little things earn customers for life.
Bar Keeper’s Friend also has oxalic acid in it and works beautifully for small rust stains without lightening concrete and other stuff.
XL latex gloves for putting over door knobs, siding outlet trim rings, Ring door bells, etc. No more tape for this guy!
Three way poly ball valve is a must unless you have an electronic downstream controller. You can mount it anywhere convient for you and easily switch between soap water and degreaser. No more pulling the soap line out out I leave it permanently in my house wash mix bucket now.
Yeah, i feel the same way when i go to the powerwash store… seems i can never easily find what im looking for, and tons of filler products fill up the search results. It’s pretty popular, so i guess most people like it, but that was just my impression from a few times of using it… might change my mind if i used it more, i suppose.
Pressure Tek’s website is probably my favorite site for ease of navigation and not having to wade through tons of filler stuff.
@AquaTeamPowerWash I was looking at setting about the same 3way valve setup, but I was looking at something so I can leave the hose in my hw mix and then add a hose to my water tank so it will pull clean water through my injector while I rinse when I’m using my soap tip to rinse.
Pretty sure that’s what that does. One outlet goes to the injector, the other two pull from either your soap bucket or your water tank. So soap like normal, then switch to water to rinse with low pressure and flush out the injector.
Just like @tireshark said same concept. One of my favorite things is when doing alot of wood work I have both batches made up ready to go. Once done with the cleaner I switch to the brightener and then close it off to rinse.
These little reusable twist ties. I have every size imaginable from the giant ones for keeping the ladders on the rack. (I use a cable lock on the back. These on the front.) little ones for hanging stuff on other stuff.
This little vise gets used all the time.
This anti corrosion spray was developed by a warlock somewhere because it’s amazing.
Spring clamps for putting on tarp edges. Makes it easier to throw the tarp over things with the added weight. Clipping rags to brushes. Keeping tubes in buckets. Etc.