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winemaker81

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Last year I purchased an extension wand for my power washer, and the kit included 2 angled heads. One is for cleaning the siding of the house, the other is for cleaning gutters. Both work very well for cleaning barrels, getting all interior surfaces in a direct spray.

Warning -- especially with the 90 degree angle head, there is a LOT of torque. Hang one tight and use both hands. The amount of force will surprise you.

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vacuumpumpman

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I saw this and I would like to do the same thing in my utility sink - It could be very useful. I might make it removable so it would not get in the way.


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Paulietivo

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Mark 2 keg/carboy washer isn't bad. I like @vacuumpumpman s pressurized bottle washer better. I have both and use both.

Straight A cleanser has never failed me in removing tough stains.



 

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