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    Posted: 21/June/2010 at 9:18pm

Does anyone know how to take an electric pressure washer (http://www.walmart.com/ip/Campbell-Hausfeld-Pressure-Washer-PW1810/11064932?wmlspartner=GPA&sourceid=44444444440331401683 ) but to change out the fittings to fit a carpet cleaning psi hose?? I have a 2400 watt heater I would like to use in conjunction with this to clean tile and grout.

 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Soil Lint Green Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21/June/2010 at 10:31pm
Thinking of using a wetvac to suck it all up?
It's ORY GUN, not OR A GONE. Learn to talk.
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No, I have a truckmount portable and I plan on using http://www.jondon.com/catalog/popup_image.php?pID=22173 but my truckmount portable only goes to 500 psi. Not quite enough fron T & G.
 
So I was looking to use a pressure washer for me pressure in conjunction with my current heating system. Then run my vac from the T & G tool back to my machine, while getting my psi from a different source.
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If you go to a place that makes pressure hoses they
can make the fitting for you. I did and it coast about
$15.00.
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Why don't you just pick up one of these  pressure washer what portable truckmount do you have? 
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Check the site in my signature. They have some great help articles on all of their pressure washers.
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Another helpful hint would be to just ask a local pressure washing company to see what their thoughts are. I am sure they would be glad to help you out with your project. Otherwise I would do the hose idea for the pressure washer.
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I like the idea of asking a local pressure washing company as to what their thoughts are
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