If you care about the environment and your time you should wash your car with a power washer because it uses 5x less water than a garden hose and sponge and you’ll complete the job in less than half the time. Jimmy was lazy in the movie so he did this and so should you. Let’s look at how and which one to use by looking at pressure cleaner reviews website tips.
Steps to washing your car with a power washer:
1. Park your car on the grass in the front or side yard. When you wash your car all the water ends up going down the street storm drain, not cool stuff. You should park your car on your grass so that the discharge gets absorbed into the landscaping. Especially if you plan to use soap or hot water you will risk fines if you just allow it to go down the street storm drain. You do know all that water ends up (untreated) in streams and lakes in your area, right?
2. Use a 40 degree nozzle in combination with the correct size pressure cleaner for car washing, you’ll want to do that to avoid damaging the paint on your car. Start by spraying the entire car down from about 30cm away and then use soap and it should be clean.
3. Ensure you get into the wheel wells to clean all the dirt and prevent rust.
That’s it. It should only take about 10 minutes and you’ll only use 40 or 50 litres instead of the 250 you’d use with a garden and washing by hand.