July 16, 2010, Newsletter Issue #227: Safety with Gas Units

Tip of the Week

Operating a gasoline fueled pressure washer requires paying special attention to pressure washer safety tips. Make sure you operate a gas powered unit outdoors to prevent fuel inhalation. Do not operate your pressure washer near any flammable materials such as paint thinners; an explosion can occur. In the event a gas leak occurs, do not touch any electrical switches and shut off the unit via the breaker switch. Leave the area and notify your gas supplier.

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