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    Re: Work Hydroshot - Poor water pressure

    How would this be for cleaning engine bays, compared to something like an airless paint sprayer?

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    Re: Worx Hydroshot - Poor water pressure

    As a user of the Hydroshot it's all about expectations. It works well for what it is but don't expect it to blow you away.

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    Re: Worx Hydroshot - Poor water pressure

    Quote Originally Posted by bfielder32087 View Post
    As a user of the Hydroshot it's all about expectations. It works well for what it is but don't expect it to blow you away.

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    I agree. I think many expect it to have the power a true PW. I'm using it as a quick way to clean the engine bay and minor salt during winter. Simply fill a bucket up with distilled water and you're good to go. No hose to deal with. Seems like a great tool. Mine is coming on Saturday. I'm also getting a Big Boi Buddi or Metro Sidekick dryer for the engine bay.

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    Re: Work Hydroshot - Poor water pressure

    I've been using mine for over a year, its not a pressure washer, not even a hose with an average sprayer on it and I've had no problems rinsing soap from my car. I always use my IK Foam 9 for pre-wash when I do a 2BM and no problems across the board. Is it powerful, no but we have underground parking in our apartment and I'm able to maintain and keep my car looking great year round, its all about using the tool and understanding its parameters, plain and simple.
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