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Discussion in 'Pressure Washing' started by steve garwood, Dec 3, 2015.

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  1. steve garwood

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    Been chatting to ben the pressure washer fella recently about a new machine and really cannot make my mind up.
    My old karcher has seen better days and I don't want to build up any more patio cleans as I'm rushed off my feet with the window cleaning. I, or my worker Danny only do about one drive a month, so not sure whether coughing up £750 is worth it.
    I'm indecisive by nature, so this is bugging me. What do you guys think?
     
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  2. steve garwood

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    Ok, I will take on all the advise given. Lol :D
     
  3. Solarpanelcleanington

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    If you question something, then it's a no.

    Unless it's a yes.


    Or maybe.
     
  4. mark

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    if you want a machine that you can easily transport(without breaking your back),reliable,powerful,economical on fuel-go for a loncin.if your cleaning drives day in day out go to rutland,excellent customer service & machines
     
  5. steve garwood

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    Thanks mark. Aren't the petrol ones really heavy for getting in the van? Also storage might be a problem, my garage is ramo. Its a real dilemma, id prefer a petrol one as its 15L per min, but a decent electrical karcher at 12L per min would make storage and loading easier. Decisions decisions
     
  6. mark

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    the loncin, 210, 12lpm is a petrol machine,light,doesnt take up much room.handle detaches.comes with turbo nozzle,lance,water hose,pressure hose etc.like I say it suits me,im not doing drives everyday & your not going to break the bank:thumbsup:
     
  7. steve garwood

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    Thanks mark. Trying to find that on the Rutland site and google but no luck
     
  8. mark

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    steve; google" jet mac systems",he also does loads of you tube vids to help with your machine.
     
  9. mark

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    you can buy one direct off terry for £410-thats everything you need including delivery.also ebay.tbh he gave me the wrong lance but that's it,its not missed a beat.
     
  10. steve garwood

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    Cheers mark, will have a butchers now :thumbsup:
     
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