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Thinking of this for washing
« on: December 17, 2021, 10:25:06 PM »
I have been doing massive research over the years on a good pressure wash system.

Like many of us OCD'ers i have already invested in several portable pressure washers and mod'ed them for the proper orphis to get the right amount of clinging foam.  The main issue I run up with is gas vs electric.   The electric ones just don't have enough umpf to get it done. 

That said, I started following the German brand of Kranzle.   They are dumb expensive but I think I want to get this version.  What do you guys think?

https://www.obsessedgarage.com/collections/portable-solutions/products/kranzle-k1322ts-portable-solution?variant=40962030239895#what-you-get
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Re: Thinking of this for washing
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2021, 01:04:46 AM »
Wow, that is pretty pricey, but looks like a impressive little unit.

We are going to need a full review if you get one.


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Re: Thinking of this for washing
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2021, 08:03:36 AM »
I should get you the make and model of the one we use at the marina to pressure wash the accumulated marine growth off of over 300 boats (up to 40 feet long) every fall. It's the size of a commercial oven and uses 220 volt electric power for the pressure pump and natural gas to heat the water. If you use the wrong tip, it will (easily) drill a hole right through a boat. Overkill? Nah.

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Re: Thinking of this for washing
« Reply #3 on: December 19, 2021, 12:48:34 AM »
I should get you the make and model of the one we use at the marina to pressure wash the accumulated marine growth off of over 300 boats (up to 40 feet long) every fall. It's the size of a commercial oven and uses 220 volt electric power for the pressure pump and natural gas to heat the water. If you use the wrong tip, it will (easily) drill a hole right through a boat. Overkill? Nah.

Funny Tom, they talked about this in the reviews
Wow, that is pretty pricey, but looks like a impressive little unit.

We are going to need a full review if you get one.


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Yeah it is pricy but given I have already run through 4 electric washers and modded the shit out of them, I could of bought this one.   They make another version that is portrable and 400 more but I think i am going to pull the trigger on this one in a couple of months.  I accidentally bought 2 watches last night that put me in a tad bit of a hole.   

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Re: Thinking of this for washing
« Reply #4 on: December 19, 2021, 07:03:02 AM »
I should get you the make and model of the one we use at the marina to pressure wash the accumulated marine growth off of over 300 boats (up to 40 feet long) every fall. It's the size of a commercial oven and uses 220 volt electric power for the pressure pump and natural gas to heat the water. If you use the wrong tip, it will (easily) drill a hole right through a boat. Overkill? Nah.

Funny Tom, they talked about this in the reviews
Wow, that is pretty pricey, but looks like a impressive little unit.

We are going to need a full review if you get one.


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.   I accidentally bought 2 watches last night that put me in a tad bit of a hole.   
"Accidentally?"  :funny:

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Re: Thinking of this for washing
« Reply #5 on: December 19, 2021, 09:19:04 PM »
I should get you the make and model of the one we use at the marina to pressure wash the accumulated marine growth off of over 300 boats (up to 40 feet long) every fall. It's the size of a commercial oven and uses 220 volt electric power for the pressure pump and natural gas to heat the water. If you use the wrong tip, it will (easily) drill a hole right through a boat. Overkill? Nah.

Funny Tom, they talked about this in the reviews
Wow, that is pretty pricey, but looks like a impressive little unit.

We are going to need a full review if you get one.


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.   I accidentally bought 2 watches last night that put me in a tad bit of a hole.   
"Accidentally?"  :funny:

yeah, Tom, let me tell you how that happened.

1.  I was drinking a couple of Old Fashion's.   
2.  I was searching for Bourbon online to make more old Fashsions's. 
3.  My Uncle called me during my search and wanted to ask me about a watch he found and wanted my opinion on that.
3-B...he told me a website to find that bourbon
3-C...I bought bourbon
4.  He showed me a link to a watch, it just so happen to be a site I use for research and shopping and I had 2 watches in my "fav list".
5.  While looking at his watch I saw the price on the 2 i had set aside and couldn't helpmyself
6.  Next thing I knew, I had checked out of that shopping cart.

7.  Woke up the next day and was like. SHIT Now I am poor and will have to pour another cocktail. 

And that is how that went down.   


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Re: Thinking of this for washing
« Reply #6 on: December 20, 2021, 08:13:50 AM »
I should get you the make and model of the one we use at the marina to pressure wash the accumulated marine growth off of over 300 boats (up to 40 feet long) every fall. It's the size of a commercial oven and uses 220 volt electric power for the pressure pump and natural gas to heat the water. If you use the wrong tip, it will (easily) drill a hole right through a boat. Overkill? Nah.

Funny Tom, they talked about this in the reviews
Wow, that is pretty pricey, but looks like a impressive little unit.

We are going to need a full review if you get one.


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.   I accidentally bought 2 watches last night that put me in a tad bit of a hole.   
"Accidentally?"  :funny:

yeah, Tom, let me tell you how that happened.

1.  I was drinking a couple of Old Fashion's.   
2.  I was searching for Bourbon online to make more old Fashsions's. 
3.  My Uncle called me during my search and wanted to ask me about a watch he found and wanted my opinion on that.
3-B...he told me a website to find that bourbon
3-C...I bought bourbon
4.  He showed me a link to a watch, it just so happen to be a site I use for research and shopping and I had 2 watches in my "fav list".
5.  While looking at his watch I saw the price on the 2 i had set aside and couldn't helpmyself
6.  Next thing I knew, I had checked out of that shopping cart.

7.  Woke up the next day and was like. SHIT Now I am poor and will have to pour another cocktail. 

And that is how that went down.   
That's good. Damned good as a matter of fact. I'm sure the wife bought the whole story too. Right?  :uugly:

 


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