Discussion in 'Exterior' started by Alex Gales, Mar 22, 2021.
Your wife called and said that you need another barbecue.
True but always use the two bucket system. Keeps the grit out of the soap
LOL Tell me about it. I have to say I love the pellet grill for smoking but takes way to long to grill so thus the need for the two burner Weber grill LOL
How do you filter the air when you're driving down the road? If the air around you is that dirty you shouldn't be breathing it. I've been using a gas power leaf blower for 15 years.
Air leaves a leaf blower (with oil particles in it if it’s gas) at close to 200MPH.
I don’t drive that fast.
I do however get my entire front end and lower panels wrapped in xpel ultimate to protect them from road debris and contaminants.
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As long as you are using grit guards, a 3rd bucket for wheels and anything that touches the car is washed with microfiber detergent in a washing machine afterwards.
Ya that whole filter on a blower thing is non sense. I use my blower in the garage and usually the humidity is so high after a wash nothing is left floating in the air dust wise. My $100 electric leaf blower will run circles around one of those $300 vehicle dryers. You know the old saying " The is no replacement for displacement" The same is true for CFMs LOL I will say it is one hell of a workout holding that blower in position with that much air coming out of it.
I used a ryobi leaf blower for drying during my detailing process and while I like it a lot, not having a precise small nozzle for the air to be directed out it jsut isn’t efficient enough. Which is why the small hand held electric blower that I picked up from chemical guys works so much better. The directed air works circles around my ryobi blower.
This is the one I use. It is variable speed and 110 mph air with 600 CFM. Sure it is like holding onto a jet engine but you can dry the entire Tahoe in under two minutes if it is waxed https://www.worx.com/turbine-600-electric-leaf-blower-wg520.html
It’s got the same type of nozzle on the end as my ryobi. Just doesn’t do the trick for me I guess. Lol
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