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Pressure washing #8594147 05/09/22 04:05 AM
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What is the best one run tip for doing concrete? Stuff that isn’t done regularly(yearly), what’s your favorite angle. I’ve been running the 40 degree but am considering using a 25 or a 15. What is the difference? Is it worth the time to run shorter streaks?



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Buy a rotating head assembly that fits the pressure and water flow of your washer. They do a better job and are a hundred times faster, something like this. [Linked Image]

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I bought one of those surface cleaner attachments a few years ago and it makes concrete jobs so much quicker and easier. I prep the area by putting down surface cleaner and and let it sit for a few minutes and the driveway comes out looking brand new.

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I also bought the rotating assembly. For heavily soiled or mildewed concrete it won’t take it all off. I still had to go back over with the 15° nozzle. But for regular maintenance, it works wonders.
Also, the 15° nozzle takes off a top layer of the concrete.



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Originally Posted by 68rustbucket
I also bought the rotating assembly. For heavily soiled or mildewed concrete it won’t take it all off. I still had to go back over with the 15° nozzle. But for regular maintenance, it works wonders.
Also, the 15° nozzle takes off a top layer of the concrete.


I wonder if you can use the 15 degree on agregate concrete

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