General Pump Telescoping Wand 24' #DLTG24
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Amazon.com||Ultimate Washer®||PRI Industries, Inc.||Amazon.com||ProSource Painting Accessories|
|Item Dimensions||—||2 x 83 x 8 in||7 x 8 x 1 in||—||5 x 1.62 x 40.25 in||—|
|Item Weight||—||13.7 lbs||0.5 lb||15.5 lbs||—||—|
For use with hot or cold pressure washers; Nozzle holder accepts standard quick couple spray nozzles, gun included; 10.5 GPM, 10.5 GPM, 3500 PSI Max, 1/4" QC Outlet, Max Temp 195 degrees F; Retracted Dimensions: 6.1" x 7'x8"
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The fittings required some teflon tape to make them quit leaking but they were of high quality so it was just business as usual with any type of plumbing. It feels like an industrial piece of gear and not a toy. While expensive I felt I got my money's worth.
Not easy to use for more than an hour at a time. I'm 6'4 and pretty strong but this unit requires some muscle to use. The pressure on a long fulcrum makes it want to move around. It also requires strength when extended to move it where you want it.
It will certainly wear you out. I felt like I did something after removing a bunch of mold from a 3 story house. One of the few options out there to clean a tall vinyl house that I could find short of ladders and scaffolding.
Guys at the office are lining up to borrow it.
The trick to this thing is to use the force of the water to get the pressure wand in the air and control the direction. Make sure the handle is lined up opposite the wand, lift it off the ground and press the trigger. The water makes the wand much lighter. Once it's in the air you end up pushing down on it to keep it from going over. You should practice this where you can't damage anything.
Don't release the trigger with the wand up in the air or it will drop like a rock before you can recover. I lower it to a few feet off the ground and then release the trigger. Be careful not to run out of gas with the wand in the air either!
It's tough and tiring to use but once you get the hang of it, it beats the heck out of being at the top of a wet 32 extension ladder.
I bought the waist belt too but unless you're out of shape don't bother. I used it for an hour and gave up on it.
My solution was to convert this for use with compressed air. Presto - dry leave go flying out of the gutters! The conversion is easy (it's rated for 3500psi after all!). The trigger value has regular pipe thread, as does the business end. Buy the gutter cleaning accessory for a couple bucks extra and you're good to go.
NOTE: This thing is heavy. I'm over six foot and no weakling. However, I can't imagine using the wand fully extended with either air or a pressure washer. There is a stabilizing belt accessory that I would highly recommend for any more than casual use!!