After you finish using your pressure washer for the last time of the year, it's common to put it away without doing any maintenance on it.
Of course, because it's used for cleaning tough things like mud, mold, grime, and graffiti, it's bound to take a heck of a beating on the job.
If you want to get several years of service out of it, you'll need to remember to follow maintenance procedures before and after use.
|Important Note: |
Always follow manufacturer instructions regarding use of your pressure washer, and maintain it properly to ensure safety to yourself and others.
If your pressure washer or high pressure hose show any signs of wear and tear, discontinue use immediately. Buy a new hose, do not attempt to repair your hose on your own.
If the unit itself is damaged or excessively worn, take it to a repair shop or purchase a new unit.