Soft Wash

Why Roof Cleaning Is Important

Did you know those ugly black streaks on roofs are not only eyesores, they are downright destructive? Left untreated, those streaks will literally eat away at shingles until the only remaining option is to replace the roof.

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The Best Performance From Your Diaphragm Pump

“Why do I keep burning through these 12 volt electric diaphragm pumps?” I hear this question quite often. So let’s talk about how to get the best performance out of electric diaphragm pumps. These pumps are an efficient tool for applying soft wash mix to a roof. The most trouble I have witnessed begins from the initial setup. A homemade setup or even a professionally built soft wash machine can have issues from just the smallest details.

  • Draw from the top of your tank.


The electric diaphragm pump cannot work properly from gravity fed tanks. Positive pressure causes the valves inside to float.

  • Make your pickup hose larger than your discharge hose.


The size and placement of the pickup hose is also important. The pickup hose works best if it is a larger size hose than the discharge hose. This allows the volume of chemical to be drawn properly. For example, you have a ½” discharge hose so you would use a larger size for the pickup hose like ¾”.

  • Keep air and debris out of the pump.


Air and or debris can be a culprit in some situations. Connecting a mesh filter to the hose is one option to prevent debris from traveling inside your pump. A pickup tube is also another option allowing the hose to stay vertical without catching air. Once the pickup hose is connected, it is important to check for leaks from your connections to the intake side of the pump.

  • Mount the pump in a well-ventilated area.


The connection of the pump is also important. The pump can be mounted to a frame horizontally or to a wall of a vehicle vertically. If mounted vertical, the head of the pump needs to be facing downward. Make sure your pump has plenty of ventilation and avoid mounting near heat. These pumps need to be able to take vibration so the rubber feet that are included should have some play in them.

  • Make sure your hoses have a good seal.


Some pumps require threaded hose barbs and others may have quick release barbs that will be included with the pump. For threaded hose barbs, I suggest wrapping the threads with PTF tape before connecting to the pump. This will help lubricate the hose barb in the process and resist leaks around the threads.

  • Make sure you have the right power supply.


The most common 12-volt diaphragm pump jets 5-7 gallon per minute. This size of a pump requires the use of a lot of amps from a battery that can provide the proper amount of power. I suggest to use a premium group 24 deep cycle marine batter with at least 550 cranking amps and an equivalent quality deep cycle capable battery charger. When connecting your pump to the battery, a proper amp rated inline fuse and toggle switch to control the power to the pump is recommended to help consume energy. Secure your connections tight; loose connections on a batter can cause malfunction of the pump or even the battery itself.

Keeping the battery charged is a must for a few reasons, the obvious is so you can have more time to spray of course. The next reason would be to avoid any damage to the electronic components such as the relay if equipped. Low amperage will cause the relay to fail to where no power will be supplied to the motor of the pump to function. If the relay has failed, it can be tested with an ohm meter and can be easily replaced with an equivalent relay.

  • Use an accumulator tank.


An accumulator tank should be connected after the ump to the discharge hose. This helps the pressure switch shut off after the maximum pressure has been reached. This will reduce the amount of cycling and improve battery life during use. One thing I have seen is an accumulator failing from the discharge hose being elevated extremely high causing excessive back pressure. That being said, these systems work best from the ground or no higher than the gutter line of a roof.

  • Make sure your discharge hose can handle the flow.


Once thing to keep in mind is the volume of chemical. The size of the hose on the discharge side must be proportioned to the flow the pump provides. For a 5 gallon per minute pump, a 5/8” discharge hose would be recommended as opposed to 3/8” to avoid restricting the flow. The ideal maximum of hose would be between 150 to 200’. If your system has a hose reel, the hose must be off of the hose reel during use to prevent restriction on the reel. The proper nozzle size that match the pump are important too. Use low pressure soap nozzles that are recommended with your pump.

  • Use a trigger gun.


A trigger gun is an ideal way to connect to a hose barb at the end of your discharge hose. Some washers prefer a PVC ball valve instead, but the constant turn of the ball valve can be a little exhausting on your hands.

  • Rinse your pump.


Rinsing after every job helps clean out the pump and hose of any leftover residue from your mix. If the mix dries, just think of the potential of tiny granules of salt inside your pump when it is powered on. It can tear up the insides or even get into the pressure switch chamber. This will stop a pump from working properly. Rinse the pump with a sodium hypochlorite neutralizer. This will cause the mix to dissipate faster.

Even if the pump has been properly set up and cared for, it will still go out eventually. Having an extra pump on hand or an alternative way to finish the job while you’re in the field can save your day.

Be careful out there and wash on!

Bleach Smells.. LIKE MONEY!

CodyBleach. Yes, the most common word this time of year. But it has many names and many misunderstandings. SH, Sodium Hypochlorite, Liquid Chlorine, Laundry Bleach, etc. This chemical is used in many ways in the pressure washing industry to make some serious cash.  Contractors are using bleach for treating mold and algae from houses, roofs, gutters, driveways, and large concrete areas.  Sometimes even accidentally reducing the maple tree population.  “Where do I get this amazing chemical?” you ask, “How do I mix it? How do I apply it?” Soft Washing has become a very popular cleaning method.

I have seen some contractors use off-the-shelf household bleach (usually under 6% Sodium Hypochlorite) but not get the results they were hoping for.   The bleach used in this industry should be stronger than household bleach. The stronger the better in this case. If shopping at a big box store, look in the pool supplies aisle for liquid chlorine, but read the label and make sure it is an 8% to 10% solution. Ideally, you would use a 12.5% solution found from pool supply companies or local distributors.

Here are my top tips for the basics of treating with bleach.

  • Be safe - Sodium Hypochlorite is corrosive. Wear proper protective equipment.

  • Read the SDS Sheet carefully, and make sure you understand it completely.

  • Sodium Hypochlorite should only be mixed with surfactants that are designed for soft washing. Mixing chemicals can be dangerous. Read the label to be sure that they can mix with Sodium Hypochlorite safely.

  • Sodium Hypochlorite should be used within 5 weeks from the time it was manufactured. In 30 days, the percentage of strength can drop nearly 3%.

  • Keep it cool & out of the sun. Warm temperatures can depreciate the strength. Store it under 80º F.

  • Test, Test and Test again. Test a small area before tackling a larger job so you know what to expect before you get started.

  • Practice before bidding a job. Take the time to practice what works for what you are treating.


At Powerwash.com, we see before and after pictures with great results from contractors who have dialed in their mixture. From gross looking surfaces to a solid sparkling surface just from applying and rinsing. The trick is not only having a good mix but also an effective way to apply. Bleach can be downstreamed, used in a pump-up sprayer, or applied with a soft wash system. Surfactants can help the mix dwell longer and stay wet. Some can also help mask the strong odor of that “bleach” smell.  The longer the mix dwells the brighter the surface can be and the more mold will disappear from the surface.  With plenty of practice and research, there is a great potential to be successful treating with this chemical.

There is still more to explain and a lot of helpful Spray-tips in the near future. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. At Info@powerwash.com or call us 1-800-433-2113.

One Two Punch

Below is an excerpt from our blog last year- What is the best House Wash Mix for Soft Washing

HOUSE WASH MIX*






























5 Gallon Downstreaming Mix
Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 3 gal 2 gal 5 oz.
Medium 2 - 2.5 gal 2.5 - 3 gal 5 oz.
Strong 1.5 - 0 gal 3.5 - 5 gal 6 oz.

 






























X-Jet, M-Jet
Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 4 gal 1 gal 5 oz.
Medium 3.5 gal 1.5 gal 5oz
Strong 2 - 3 gal 2 - 3 gal 6oz

 






























50 Gallon Batch Mix
Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 46 gal 4 gal 6 oz.
Medium 45 gal 5 gal 8 oz.
Strong 44 gal 6 gal 10 oz.

 

Start Soft Washing

Delux® has a complete line of soft wash products to help you start soft washing. Soft washing has a high potential for profit with a relatively low entry cost. It can be a great way to start a business or an add on for an existing pressure washing business.



What is Soft Washing?


Soft washing is a cleaning process that uses chemical resistant pumps to apply sodium hypochlorite at low pressure to clean organic stains. Soft washing is the best method for removing moss, lichen, algae, mold, and mildew for soft surfaces such as rooftops, siding, stucco, and dryvit. Pressure washers can damage soft surfaces and void their warranties.



What will you need to start soft washing?


The first thing you will need to start soft washing is a soft wash system. At its most rudimentary level, a soft wash system consists of a tank for holding chemical, a pump and hoses for moving chemical, a trigger gun for controlling flow, and a nozzle to guide the spray. Delux makes several great pre-built systems such as the Bronco, the Maverick or the Stallion, but a kit can be a great cost efficient way to get started soft washing.



What comes with a Delux® Soft Wash Kit?



  • Four PVC hose barbs

  • Three hose clamps

  • One JA-8000 trigger gun

  • One 24 inch PVC Wand

  • Steel quick couplers

  • Four nozzles

  • 162 feet of PVC hose

  • One mesh screen filter

  • Thread seal tape

  • One 12v pump.


You will also need a 12v deep cycle marine grade battery to power the system, and a tank to hold your sodium hypochlorite solution.

You can enhance your soft wash system with some additional items that can make it easier to get started soft washing.



  • J-Rod nozzle holder is a device that holds four of your most used nozzles for convenient switching.

  • An Accumulator tank allows you to maintain pressure in your system without placing demand on your diaphragm pump. This reduces the number of times that the pump must cycle, and creates a smooth quiet flow. The pump stays cooler and uses less power from the battery. The leads to longer work periods and increases the lifespan of the pump.

  • Titan Stainless Steel Hose reel with PVC drum. The Titan 5418 hose reel is constructed from type 304 stainless steel for maximum durability. It is designed to stand up to corrosive chemicals used for soft washing like sodium hypochlorite. Hook up the Titan T5418 to a soft wash kit with 2 PVC hose barbs (BHB-1212), and some chemical resistant hose.

  • A battery box. Keep your battery dry and protected.


Before you start soft washing, you’ll need to acquire some chemical. You can find Sodium hypochlorite (12%) at most pool supply shops, but it is not all you will need. While sodium hypochlorite is the primary ingredient is most soft wash mixes, it can be made much better with additional ingredients. Fresh Wash offers four ways to help increase your cleaning power. First, it breaks the surface tension on the cleaning surface. It also increases the hang time on horizontal surfaces. This allows the sodium hypochlorite to penetrate deeper into stains. This increased dwell and penetration allows for bleaching reaction to happen at a lower overall bleach concentration. It also includes rinsing agents that help fight hard water spotting, and features a masking / cover scent. For even more cling and penetration, Delux® offers EZ-Cling Super Concentrated Roof Cleaner additive. You can use both products in conjunction without diluting a sodium hypochlorite solution.





Maverick™ Soft Wash SystemMaverick™ Soft Wash System

If you prefer to start soft washing with a prebuilt system, Delux offers several solutions. The Maverick Soft Wash System is professional grade soft wash machine for low pressure roof cleaning, and house washing. It features a high strength aluminum tube frame that protects a Delux D7150 12v diaphragm pump, a Flojet Accumulator, and a water tight battery box. A Titan hose reel sits on top of the frame with 200 feet of chemical resistant hose. The Maverick Soft Wash System is strong, efficient, and ready for work.






The Bonco™ Soft Wash SystemThe Bonco™ Soft Wash System

The Bronco is a mobile version of the Maverick. It includes the same 12 volt, 7 GPM, 100 PSI, Delux diaphragm pump, and a Flojet accumulator tank, with a battery box mounted on an aluminum cart. Weighing just 95 pounds (43 Kg), it is ultra-light with a powerful 30 foot reach. If you are looking for a machine to add to your rig for certain jobs, the Bronco is a great way to start soft washing.


To learn more try our online Roof Washing course




Understanding pH Levels in Common Cleaners

Most of the time, pressure and heat alone are not enough to remove tough stains. Chemicals are used in the pressure washing industry to speed up the cleaning process. There is no such thing as a magic elixir that will clean any stain. Knowing which class of chemical to use in a particular cleaning situation and the strength of the chemical will allow you to achieve more predictable results. What exactly makes a chemical strong? How can you be sure that a chemical is strong enough to remove a stain without damaging the underlying surface? A basic understanding of the pH levels of the chemicals you are mixing is needed to determine the strength of a solution.

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What is the Best House Wash Mix for Soft Washing?

When you are looking for the "best house wash mix" you are really seeking the best concentration of bleach to use on a particular job. Additives and water will certainly help, but bleach is the primary agent. Let’s look at a practical way to determine the best house wash mix for a particular job.

You may be looking for a single silver-bullet ratio as the answer, but this is not realistic. There is no best house wash mix that is appropriate all the time. Why not? Because the variables that go into what I call the “Cleaning Equation” won’t permit it.

Elements that go into the cleaning equation for any particular job include such things as air temperature, surface temperature, water temperature, solar radiation level, age of the bleach, concentration of the bleach solution, density of the biologicals we are trying to remove, dirt contamination, and water hardness. Professional wash contractors that have been around the block a time or two know that each of these “invisible” elements have an enormous effect on the cleaning equation.

When it comes to using bleach in the building/house wash process - the most practical way to determine if you’re using the most appropriate concentration is to apply the 5-7 minute dwell time rule.  Regardless of whether you’re using a soft wash or a power wash application system, the 5-7 minutes dwell time rule still applies.

Once you apply the bleach solution to the structure’s surface, if the mold and mildew is gone after 5-7 minutes of dwell time, then the dilution is appropriate. If the mold and mildew disappear immediately, then the bleach solution is too strong. If the mold and mildew are not gone after seven minutes of dwell time, then the bleach solution is too weak.

Once you have determined the bleach concentration, you should add 1-5 ounces of Fresh Wash. When added to a sodium hypochlorite based cleaning solution Fresh Wash augments cleaning results by:

  • Allowing surface tension to be broken on the cleaning surface
  • Allowing deeper penetration of sodium hypochlorite based cleaning products into stains
  • Allowing bleaching reaction to happen at a lower overall bleach concentration
  • Allowing cleaning products to dwell (hang) longer on horizontal surfaces

It also includes rinsing agents that help fight hard water spotting, and features a masking / cover scent.

House Wash Mix*

5 Gallon Downstreaming Mix

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 3 gal 2 gal 5 oz
Medium 2 - 2.5 gal 2.5 - 3 gal 5 oz
Strong 1.5 - 0 gal 3.5 - 5 gal 6 oz

X-Jet, M-Jet

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 4 gal 1 gal 5 oz
Medium 3.5 gal 1.5 gal 5oz
Strong 2 - 3 gal 2 - 3 gal 6oz

50 Gallon Batch Mix

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 46 gal 4 gal 6 oz
Medium 45 gal 5 gal 8 oz
Strong 44 gal 6 gal 10 oz

*Rusults may differ due to varriations in equipment used.

Roof Cleaning Mix

30 Gallon Mix

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 23 gal 7 gal 18 oz
Medium 21 gal 9 gal 21 oz
Strong 19 gal 11 gal 24 oz

40 Gallon Mix

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 30 gal 10 gal 24 oz
Medium 28 gal 12 gal 28 oz
Strong 26 gal 14 gal 32 oz

50 Gallons

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 38 gal 12 gal 30 oz
Medium 35 gal 15 gal 35 oz
Strong 32 gal 18 gal 40 oz

60 Gallons

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 46 gal 14 gal 36 oz
Medium 42 gal 18 gal 42oz
Strong 38 gal 22 gal 48 oz

70 Gallons

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 53 gal 17 gal 42 oz
Medium 49 gal 21 gal 49 oz
Strong 45 gal 25 gal 56 oz

80 Gallons

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 60 gal 20 gal 48 oz
Medium 56 gal 24 gal 56 oz
Strong 51 gal 29 gal 64oz

90 Gallons

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 68 gal 22 gal 54 oz
Medium 63 gal 27 gal 63 oz
Strong 58 gal 32 gal 72 oz

100 Gallons

  Water 12.5% SH Fresh Wash
Light 76 gal 24 gal 60 oz
Medium 70 gal 30 gal 70 oz
Strong 64 gal 36 gal 80 oz

If you are washing vertical surfaces, you should add 1/2 to 2 ounce of EZ Cling. EZ Cling is formulated to maximize detergent adhesion and increase dwell time. It also slows drying. EZ Cling is non-hazardous, sodium hypochlorite stable, and will not dilute your mix.


Understanding the elements that go into the cleaning equation provide the professional wash contactor with an enormous advantage over his or her competitors because it provides practical guidelines for determining the most appropriate bleach concentration to work safely, effectively and efficiently.

To learn more try our online Roof Washing course

DELUX® STALLION GAS POWERED SOFT WASH SYSTEM

The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System is contractor grade soft wash machine for low pressure roof cleaning, and house washing. A rust proof aluminum frame wraps around a Honda GX engine and a Comet pump. A Titan hose reel sits on top of the frame with 150 feet of chemical resistant hose. The Station Soft Wash System is capable of moving 9.6 gallons per minute at pressures up to 145 PSI.

Delux® stallion gas powered soft wash system

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The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash Machine is built to remove mold, bacteria, mildew, moss, fungus and algae from soft surfaces like stucco, asphalt shingle roofs, vinyl siding, wood fences and decks. All Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash Systems are assembled and tested in the USA.

A Comet pump is the heart of the Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System. The Comet pump is a corrosion resistant three diaphragm pump with plastic heads and plastic manifolds.

  • Max. Flow: 9.6 GPM (36.3 LPM)

  • Max. Pressure: 145 PSI (10 BAR)

  • Max. Fluid Temperature: 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 degrees Celsius)

  • Shaft: 30 mm solid keyed shaft Polypropylene materials

  • Three semi-hydraulic sodium hypochlorite resistent diaphragms

  • 316 stainless steel check valves

  • Self-priming

  • Can be run dry


The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System is driven by a Honda GX 200 engine. This extremely quiet engine features a forged steel ball bering supported crankshaft and rigid crankcase. The low vibration precision engineered camshaft offers precise valve timing and optimal valve overlap for better fuel efficiency. Dual oil drains, dual element air filter, and easily accessible spark plug make maintenance hassle free. It is low emission CARB compliant and EPA certified.

  • Engine Type Air-cooled 4-stroke OHV

  • Bore x Stroke 68 X 54 mm

  • Displacement 196 cm3

  • Net Power Output* 5.5 HP (4.1 kW) @ 3,600 rpm

  • Net Torque 9.1 lb-ft (12.4 Nm) @ 2,500 rpm

  • Oil Capacity 0.63 US qt (0.6l)

  • Fuel Tank Capacity 3.3 U.S. qts (3.1 liters)

  • Fuel Unleaded 86 octane or higher

  • 230Lbs, 45"Tall x 22" L 18"W


The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System is supported and protected by a high strength rust resistant aluminum frame that comes ready for mounting.

A Titan 304 stainless steel hose reel rests on top of the Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System. The durable “u” shaped 304 stainless steel frame (45" Tall x17" Wide) and PVC drum make it a perfect choice for sodium hypochlorite application. An adjustable tension brake keeps the hose reel from slipping while in use and locked during transport.

The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System comes with a 150-foot 5/8 inch industrial grade PVC hose. This hose is flexible enough to resist cracking due to weather abrasion, and also durable enough to resist kinking.

A JA-8000 chemical resistant trigger gun is attached to the end of the hose. The included trigger lock makes working for long periods much more comfortable. A 24 inch PVC wand keeps the spray away from your face for safer and more comfortable working.

A J-Rod quick connect 4 nozzle holder holds 4 of the most common nozzles used for soft washing. Just snap it into the quick coupler socket that is included on the end of the wand. Quickly switch between nozzles to cover more area in less time. Three steel nozzles are included 20º size 60 40º size 60 0º size 60

A #5 Assassin 2™ PVDF Nozzle for shooting chemical mixes up to 2 stories is also included. This way you can keep working from the ground. No need to keep moving a ladder. Work faster and safer.


The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash Machine is built to remove mold, bacteria, mildew, moss, fungus and algae from soft surfaces like stucco, asphalt shingle roofs, vinyl siding, wood fences and decks. All Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash Systems are assembled and tested in the USA.

A Comet pump is the heart of the Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System. The Comet pump is a corrosion resistant three diaphragm pump with plastic heads and plastic manifolds.

  • Max. Flow: 9.6 GPM (36.3 LPM)

  • Max. Pressure: 145 PSI (10 BAR)

  • Max. Fluid Temperature: 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 degrees Celsius)

  • Shaft: 30 mm solid keyed shaft Polypropylene materials

  • Three semi-hydraulic sodium hypochlorite resistent diaphragms

  • 316 stainless steel check valves

  • Self-priming

  • Can be run dry


The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System is driven by a Honda GX 200 engine. This extremely quiet engine features a forged steel ball bering supported crankshaft and rigid crankcase. The low vibration precision engineered camshaft offers precise valve timing and optimal valve overlap for better fuel efficiency. Dual oil drains, dual element air filter, and easily accessible spark plug make maintenance hassle free. It is low emission CARB compliant and EPA certified.

  • Engine Type Air-cooled 4-stroke OHV

  • Bore x Stroke 68 X 54 mm

  • Displacement 196 cm3

  • Net Power Output* 5.5 HP (4.1 kW) @ 3,600 rpm

  • Net Torque 9.1 lb-ft (12.4 Nm) @ 2,500 rpm

  • Oil Capacity 0.63 US qt (0.6l)

  • Fuel Tank Capacity 3.3 U.S. qts (3.1 liters)

  • Fuel Unleaded 86 octane or higher

  • 230Lbs, 45"Tall x 22" L 18"W


The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System is supported and protected by a high strength rust resistant aluminum frame that comes ready for mounting.

A Titan 304 stainless steel hose reel rests on top of the Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System. The durable “u” shaped 304 stainless steel frame (45" Tall x17" Wide) and PVC drum make it a perfect choice for sodium hypochlorite application. An adjustable tension brake keeps the hose reel from slipping while in use and locked during transport.

The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash System comes with a 150-foot 5/8 inch industrial grade PVC hose. This hose is flexible enough to resist cracking due to weather abrasion, and also durable enough to resist kinking.

A JA-8000 chemical resistant trigger gun is attached to the end of the hose. The included trigger lock makes working for long periods much more comfortable. A 24 inch PVC wand keeps the spray away from your face for safer and more comfortable working.

A J-Rod quick connect 4 nozzle holder holds 4 of the most common nozzles used for soft washing. Just snap it into the quick coupler socket that is included on the end of the wand. Quickly switch between nozzles to cover more area in less time. Three steel nozzles are included 20º size 60 40º size 60 0º size 60

A #5 Assassin 2™ PVDF Nozzle for shooting chemical mixes up to 2 stories is also included. This way you can keep working from the ground. No need to keep moving a ladder. Work faster and safer.

FIELD TESTING the NEW DELUX® STALLION GAS POWERED SOFT WASH SYSTEM WITH TITAN HOSE REEL


The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash Machine is built to remove mold, bacteria, mildew, moss, fungus and algae from soft surfaces like stucco, asphalt shingle roofs, vinyl siding, wood fences and decks. All Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash Systems are assembled and tested in the USA.
The Delux® Stallion Gas Powered Soft Wash Machine is capable of spraying 45-50 feet horizontally and 40-45 feet vertically.
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The J-Rod Nozzle Holder Will Change the Way You Pressure Wash!

J-Rod Nozzle HolderThe J-Rod 4 nozzle holder is a simple tool that will help you wash faster. It can hold 4 nozzles of your choosing so it can be customized for soft washing or pressure washing applications. The back of the J-Rod nozzle holder features 1/4 inch quick connect plugs to sap into a quick connect socket on the end of a wand. Paint one end of the J-Rod nozzle holder to make it easier to differentiate the nozzles.

Get your JRod Nozzle Holder here http://www.powerwash.com/jrod-kit.html


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