Keeping the car clean will keep your car in better condition. Ordinary garden hoses cannot remove really clumped dirt and accumulated dirt. One tool that can be cleaned faster, easier, and more economically is a high-pressure washer. There are three main types of automotive high-pressure washers: diesel, gasoline, and electric.
Gasoline car pressure washer is similar to diesel car pressure washer. They use chemical fuels to power the pumps and have a high PSI, so they are suitable for medium or heavy-duty cleaning. In addition, these two car pressure washer types will produce exhaust gas, so they are not environmentally friendly or suitable for indoor use.
In comparison, electric high-pressure washers are the best type of automotive high-pressure washers. These electric pressure washers are cost-effective and versatile. Electricity means they are more environmentally friendly. However, due to the need for power supply, it is not as flexible as other types.
BISON electric car pressure washer comes with a car maintenance kit, which is convenient for you to clean your car better. Use the included foam pot, nozzle, soft brush and other car cleaning product to make your car shine. Multiple nozzles allow quick adjustment between low pressure and high pressure. For stubborn stains, the patented BISON high-pressure water gun can remove the most stubborn stains. If you want to raise the cleaning ability to a new level, you can also consider using a soft brush attachment driven by water.
In addition to using a electric car pressure washer to clean the car.Electric car pressure washer can also be used to clean many places around the yard, especially wooden fences and decks, concrete driveways, slate terraces, windows and house siding. BISON electric car pressure washer has passed CE safety standard certification.
Some people are perfectly happy washing their car by hand with a bucket of mild soapy water and soft wash mitt; some only have the time to run it through a drive-thru wash after a fill-up; and others can’t be bothered to wash their car at all. However, regular exterior cleaning will keep your vehicle in better condition in the long run, both in areas that use salt over the winter months, and in places where dust, sand and urban pollution are present.
Owning your own pressure washer will make cleaning your car (and lots of of other things) quicker, easier, and more affordable. Sure you can use one at a local coin wash, but then you have to go out of your way to get there instead of just doing it your driveway, and a pressure washer has many other uses around the house and yard that make it a worthwhile investment.
There are many types of pressure washers, from gas to electric and portable to industrial strength, and what works for one household might be overkill for another. So how do you find the right pressure washer? We’ve put together this list to find you the best options for different needs and budgets, and dive into what you need to look for when shopping for a pressure washer.
If you want to know more about the best pressure washers for cars use the table of contents to navigate, but first, here are a few of the best gas and electric pressure washers for car washing and using around your home.
|Type||Three phase 4.0KW 380V 50Hz|
|Lance||G01 Length: 0.75-1M|
|Nozzle||4 nozzles 0° 15° 25° 40°|
|Hose||H03 Length: 10M|
Can you use a pressure washer on a car?
You should use a pressure washer with a 1200 to 1900 PSI setting. It's the safe PSI for car wash, which won't damage the paint on your car's surface. GPM refers to the water flow of the pressure washer. A higher GPM would mean a greater amount of water would be released from the pressure washer.
How long can you run an electric pressure washer?
You should not run a pressure washer (except professional equipment) for more than five minutes. While the duration may vary from model to model, it should be between 3 and 5 minutes. Leaving your pressure washer running for more than five minutes can result in overheating.