Ok, ive been looking around trying to deciede what route ot go as far as setting up a rig. I have and want to eventually get to the bandit or something similar, however for the money and amount of roof cleaning i will be doing, ( 2-3 a month) i just would like something easy, doesnt have to be super cheap just simple. I think i will just go with a 50 gallon tank for now, but i dont know about the rest. Ive postpone buying one and no i have a job next week. I have a norther tool here and tractor supply, i just need help with the set up!
Question 2 ive been on a site with some roof cleaners to learn, but how long do you let the chemicals sit, and how long until you will see a finished product? Thanks:confused:
nicely laid out truck. Forget the new wrap, reels, tanks, pumps etc.! Concentrate on what matters here - THE MICROWAVE~! That made my day. Great job really.
For simple system spend the $1,500 and get the fat boy system from Bob at pressure tek. It is a great system. Or if the fat boy is more pump than you want Paul at the pressure washer store has a good CHEAPER PRICED system with the 5850, dual pump system that will work well for you. It’s quality is a little lower but more than sufficient for getting started and I think runs about $800
Yes, Thanks. But the question was (What would be a nice rig to get, to use the X-Jet with) For house wash? Would the x-jet be good for driveways or is it best for only house wash? Thanks again for the help!
Also my other question, Has anyone used the Roofster from Sun Bright Supply? Thanks
good rig for pressure washing if was going to start out as newbie is 5gpm belt driven pressure washer 250 feet pressure washing hose 150 garden hose plus a 18 inch surface cleaner. I would wait little get pressure washing done before you start cleanuing roofs.