1600 pressure washer

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I used to use an Echo Bearcat. It was loud, a gas pig, and way too powerful for washing vehicles. Scarred up some of the rubber trim. Went with the Adam’s Pressure Washer 2.0. Couldn’t be happier. It is plenty powerful enough to clean off the toughest of red clay and doesn’t hurt anything. It’s also whisper quiet and I can listen to my radio while washing the vehicles. I think the 1.4-1.6gpm and around 2000psi is perfect. The foam cannon on a shorty handle is a joy to use.

 

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Got the VE52 on the way cant wait to test it out. Should I stand about a 1 or 2 feet away with the 40 to not damage anything ?

And on the wheel well and running boards should I still be a foot away?
 

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Got the VE52 on the way cant wait to test it out. Should I stand about a 1 or 2 feet away with the 40 to not damage anything ?

And on the wheel well and running boards should I still be a foot away?
Yes, you won't hurt anything with the 40 unless you're banging it against the paint.
 

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Used the VE52 over the weekend and man I love it. Mixed with the TriNova my truck was super foamy. I used the 40degree attachment and all seemed ok I stood about a foot away just to be sure but I should be fine if I wasn't a foot away all the time? Just get nervous ill hurt the paint.

Only thing is I had to keep picking up the VE52 to get all around the truck. Is there a longer replacement hose vs the standard one that you can recommend?
 
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