May 9, 2008, Newsletter Issue #115: Upstream Injecting

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Upstream injecting with your power washer is very much like downstream injecting, except that the liquid you wish to inject, such as a detergent, goes into the high pressure line before the pump in your power washer. You should be aware, however, that whatever you put into the system could damage the pump and its internal components. This leads to the question: Why in the Sam Hill would you ever want to engage in upstream injecting?

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