jetwashed and ready for bed!

jetwashed and ready for bed!

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Hewbie

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1,725 posts

149 months

Sunday 3rd November 2013
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jetwashed and ready for bed




Pope

2,509 posts

216 months

Sunday 3rd November 2013
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Don't want to sound like a pessimist but hope you dried the brakes before it went to sleep (assuming its going into hibernation??)


mrdemon

21,146 posts

234 months

Sunday 3rd November 2013
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Why not use it all year ?

I would not be putting it away wet that's for sure.

Hewbie

Original Poster:

1,725 posts

149 months

Sunday 3rd November 2013
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fear not people! i use it in all weathers! they are simply going to bed for the night! ive had the pork 3 weeks n its only been ste weather! its garaged behind the doors behind it! the range is used all weathers also but wont go in the other garage!

clarki

1,184 posts

188 months

Sunday 3rd November 2013
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Know the felling fella, got the box in march - then the snow came!!

Looking good though - hope you leathered off for max results.

mrdemon

21,146 posts

234 months

Sunday 3rd November 2013
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I am sure he means drying towel :-)

ORD

16,833 posts

96 months

Wednesday 6th November 2013
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I have only ever used a pressure washer on a car once, and it didnt seem to clean it much at all. Maybe I just had a bad experience!

Trev450

6,068 posts

141 months

Wednesday 6th November 2013
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The detailing gurus say you shouldn't use a jet washer on the paintwork at all as the force of the water displacing the dirt will scratch the paint.