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    ive got a Gerni, but the pic shows a connection to an Alto which looks very much like the connection to my Gerni. I guess I could always take the connector in to Mr. Detail Click here to enlarge
    Sure, we dont have to worry about viking raids or scurvy anymore, but instead we make a daily routine of sitting in flimsy, fibreglass (or metal) boxes full of gasoline which are propelled in opposing directions on the freeway at velocities matching that of low flying aircraft.

    This is a roundabout way of saying that cars are dangerous....

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by hazrd Click here to enlarge
    ive got a Gerni, but the pic shows a connection to an Alto which looks very much like the connection to my Gerni. I guess I could always take the connector in to Mr. Detail Click here to enlarge
    Gerni, Kew and Alto are the same. But definitely take it in if you want to be 100% sure that it is the right fitment!

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    Maybe it's time for me to buy a pressure washer
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by poita Click here to enlarge
    Maybe it's time for me to buy a pressure washer
    spend some money on one with higher pressure. The one I got doesn't even wash fresh bird poo off the car !
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dutchy Click here to enlarge
    spend some money on one with higher pressure. The one I got doesn't even wash fresh bird poo off the car !
    what pressure washer would you recommend as a minimum? We have some molbury trees near our house and the bats eat off those then shit on our cars. The end result is very difficult to hose off and the seeds in the bat poo can scratch the paint if i attempt to us a wash mitt to remove it.
    you can live in a car but cant race a house

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by metry Click here to enlarge
    what pressure washer would you recommend as a minimum? We have some molbury trees near our house and the bats eat off those then shit on our cars. The end result is very difficult to hose off and the seeds in the bat poo can scratch the paint if i attempt to us a wash mitt to remove it.
    Gerni if you're spending under $250 because they have alloy tank inside vs the plastic in the karchers.

    But like everything, it comes down to what you would like to spend realistically.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by CarCareProducts Click here to enlarge
    Gerni if you're spending under $250 because they have alloy tank inside vs the plastic in the karchers.

    But like everything, it comes down to what you would like to spend realistically.
    Id be willing to spend up to $400. I'm looking at using the snow foam kit for a mid week rinse and touchless wash. do you have any one in particular that you like or find works best with foam? I have no idea when it comes to pressure washers. I should hopefully be popping into your store this weekend to buy some more car wash.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by metry Click here to enlarge
    Id be willing to spend up to $400. I'm looking at using the snow foam kit for a mid week rinse and touchless wash. do you have any one in particular that you like or find works best with foam? I have no idea when it comes to pressure washers. I should hopefully be popping into your store this weekend to buy some more car wash.
    mint snow foam or the autobrite are good, and good value for money as well. You can mix car wash in there, but you may find it wont 'stick' to the paint as well or foam up as well for you. Its hit and miss with washes really, to which i guess is why they have dedicated solutions to use i suppose!

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