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      12-29-2019, 04:30 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by DNGRTOM View Post
Foam cannon on a pressure washer is great (and fun). you can find a decent one on amazon (I think I use an older version MTM) what makes ease of use is no lance on the pressure gun. So if you can do pressure gun->foam cannon, its way easier to use than gun->lance->foam cannon. You'll have to mess with fittings to get everything to attach but worth it IMO
But - that's a warm weather wash.

When its crappy/cold I use waterless wash 3 out of 4 washes.
if you go this route get a pump sprayer, you don't need fancy, I use this guy ($11 vs $30): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

You'll need a stack of MF towels too, you go thru 1-3 per panel.
The use of 1-3 MF towels infers your removing a lot of grime and dirt from each panel. I would be concerned about marring the paint. Has this been an issue? BTW, I get cheap MF towels at BJís for jobs like this. Get very dirty and I toss.