My Softwashing trolley

Discussion in 'Softwash' started by mark m, Jun 8, 2016.

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  1. mark m

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    #3 champers999, Jun 9, 2016
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    Thanks for sharing, if you don't mind me asking what sort of money would like you something similar?
    Also is there a separate mixing tank or does everything go straight into the tank?
     
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    Won't you need to upgrade pump. If I'm not mistaken that type of trolley only has a 60psi pump
     
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    mark m are u going stick with the orginal pump or upgrade ? also take it ur using a pole to apply ?
     
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    it is the flow rate not the psi which is needed for softwashing , I have not tried the pump out yet so not sure what it is like but I will buy another pump as a back up anyway
     
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