These guidelines are general to most pressure washing jobs of rural equipment.
1. Carry out the pressure washing procedure in an unpaved area, such as gravel or grass, and at least 100 feet away from any wellhead.
2. Check the fuel and oil levels and start the equipment.
3. Spray the whole equipment first. Most jobs are best started from bottom to top when you are using cleaning chemicals, and then rinsed from top to bottom.
4. Adjust the water pressure when you need an extra kick of force to remove heavier build up. The best results are achieved spraying with a wide spray angle attachment.
5. Rinse with plenty of water to flush away the dirt and any residue or debris.
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