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    Sunjoe 25deg nozzle

    So, it looks like i lost 40deg nozzle iíve always used for car washes. My question is how safe (or otherwise) it is to use 25deg nozzle? Does anyone see/have seen an issue with it? Thanks team


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    Re: Sunjoe 25deg nozzle

    I use 25 all of the time; no issues.

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    Re: Sunjoe 25deg nozzle

    On the right pressure washer, it is capable of reversing the rotation of earth

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    Re: Sunjoe 25deg nozzle

    Just be a little more cautious. Hold the nozzle a little further away, specially from edges and stickers/moldings
    "Dirt likes detergent so much better than the surface that it's attached to, it'll leave that surface to go hang out with the soap"...aim4squirrels

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    Re: Sunjoe 25deg nozzle

    Yup - I also use 25 Deg all the time - no problem at all - just like the 40 Deg watch how close you get....

    Also MTM Hydro has nozzle replacements (I went with the 3.0 sizing for the SunJoe 3000):
    MTM Hydro Nozzle Replacement Pack

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    Re: Sunjoe 25deg nozzle

    All I've ever used....no issues

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    Re: Sunjoe 25deg nozzle

    Thanks men. Used 25deg couple of days ago - no issues, all good. You saved me 20$ lol


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