Flat surface cleaner

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  1. moonpig

    moonpig Active Member
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    hey guys in the market for a flat surface cleaner I have a Honda gx390 3660psi machine what is the best FSC I can run with the hat machine. ????

    Thanks simon
     
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  2. Ben23

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    Depends a lot on your budget as theres some beasts by mosmatic that im looking at for next seson :) however at the moment I run an 18" Whirlaway like this one Whirlaway 18'' flat surface cleaner, patio cleaner, drive cleaner, concrete floor cleaner
    Works a treat with my 3000 psi/ 21lpm setup and rarely have to go over with a turbo for weeds as it smashes them straight out of block paving :) looking around online they tend to be in the £400+ price range new, might get a good 2nd hand one for a lot cheaper though
     
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  4. moonpig

    moonpig Active Member
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    What's the difference in the two ? Other than price
     
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    moonpig Active Member
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    Wow just seen the mosmatic roof cleaner I need one of them me thinks !!!!
     
  6. Ben23

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    to be honest the reason I want a mosmatic is for the vac port as it can be a nightmare having drainage issues. other than that I really dont see a difference in performance between the two, that said ive only pysically used the whirlaway and never held a mosmatic, there may be a wealth of difference for all I know as im going off results ive seen on vids for the mosmatic as opposed to my real experiances with the whirlaway. vac collection would be super handy though on those jobs with poor drainage. personally for a first FSC I would (and did) go for the 18" whirlaway and have not been dissapointed in the slightest, it smashes turbo nozzles out of the game if you have enough flow running through it,
     
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    Wicked that great to know Ben thanks for you input !! I will deffo consider both. When you say a vac port I did see that on the mosmatic ones so is that the same as the "gutter vac" vac? Just conect it up to the inlet and it just sucks everything including all the s**t out ? That's wicked if it does.
     
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    yes mate the vac port hooks up to your wet/dry vac and it takes all the water and gunge away :)
     
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