April 4, 2008, Newsletter Issue #110: Changing the Pressure Setting on a Power Washer

Tip of the Week

Adjusting the pressure on your washer, depends on what kind of equipment you are using. Some pressure washers are equipped with a pressure regulator that lets you change the pressure. If you don't have a regulator, you can use the more common method to regulate your pressure: Change to a nozzle with a larger opening. This allows more water to come through the nozzle while reducing pressure build-up behind it.

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