· To start with, first, connect the pressure washer to a water source and then turn the machine on.
· First, rinse the car completely with water to get rid of any loose dirt and dust accumulated on the surface. Then use a chemical cleaning solution that is designed for cars, applying it all over the car. Be sure to follow the directions mentioned in the chemical packaging.
· Next, with the 25-degree spray tip, start washing the car from the top and working your way to the bottom. Make a few overlapping passes too. Use a PSI setting of 1200 PSI but keep it below 2000 PSI.
· Excess pressure tends to strip away decals and pinstriping. But for the tires, truck bed, rocker panels and wheels using higher pressure help as it removes dirt and grime easily from rubber and the crevices. We recommend using something similar to a MOGANNA Pressure Washer.
· Next, with the 40-degree spray tip start rinsing the car exactly as you did before. You may choose to dry the car in between before using the 40-degree spray tip.
· If your car suffers from spotting and you wish to completely get rid of this then use a non-spotting rinse solution. Either apply this solution over the affected regions of the car or mix it into the tank of the pressure washer.