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      02-10-2020, 07:15 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by wdlv View Post
@RVAGuy thank you for the post.

Can you elaborate on the "white" nozzle, everything else made sense. Thanks.
Your pressure washer should have several nozzles which vary in intensity. I believe color coding is standard and white is ok for rinsing down the car. (I don't use the nozzles when applying soap foam as my soap dispenser has its own nozzle.)
I use the white nozzle for removing lose dirt prior to applying foam and then rinsing after I wash the car (two buckets etc).
If you use the pressure washer to rinse the car, don't use the red nozzle as this can damage/remove the paint as it's very harsh. Use the white nozzle (40 degrees) but still don't get closer than 24" to the paint.
Hope this helps.