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12v 130 Psi Pressure Washer From Lazada

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lamoe

A little less than 1,200 P after discount - more expensive models have a washing brush and other extras

Does use about 4 L/min at 130 PSI (not for paint stripping but good for car) - ordered at 2:44 on Monday - delivered 6:35 today.

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MickyG

Any good for cleaning air cons?

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1 hour ago, MickyG said:

Any good for cleaning air cons?

One of the comments was a guy who does that  - can adjust from fan to stream.

Can be hooked to a hose - came with extra adaptor

My neighbor borrowed my 2,400 PSI turbo tip (rotary) washer.  Would take soft wood and leave grain on wooden decks if not careful

I didn't ask what for - used it in cooling fins - made real nice circular patterns in his :sad_01:

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https://www.speedclean.com/news/why-not-to-clean-hvac-coils-with-a-pressure-washer/

It’s no secret – the key to safely and efficiently cleaning HVAC coils is using just the right amount of water pressure. Coil fins in most air handlers are made of thin aluminum or copper that are sensitive to high pressure and can bend or flatten easily. Too much power could crush coils flat. Garden hose are easier on coils, but don’t have enough pressure to get into the grooves and spirals of coils to effectively clean them.

CoilJet® CJ-125 outdoes the too powerful power washer, the not so powerful pump sprayer and other ineffective methods by quickly cleaning coils without damage to sensitive fins. Packed with 125 PSI of cleaning power and specially designs spray nozzles, it’s specifically designed to safely blast dirt and debris from delicate fins.

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Used it yesterday - took about 12 L to wet, hand wash, rinse, wipe, rinse again

Works as advertised

Removes mud and dirt during wetting - diesel film needs soap

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