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    Re: Ryobi undercarriage cleaner

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    I just bought this one: https://youtu.be/AoEtpY0p3Js
    What kinda PW you using it on


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    Re: Ryobi undercarriage cleaner

    I`ll be using it on the older version of this one: https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI-1-...0VNM/310828626

    I haven`t received it yet, so we`ll find out how it works.

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    Re: Ryobi undercarriage cleaner

    I picked up Ryodi couple months ago. Being in Ohio they to brine an salt th roads. My daily does have fluid film. The Ryobi works good with my AR Vlue 390SS 2000psi 1.4gal per minute. I was hesitant on it having more then 3 sprayers and loosing pressure. Very happy with it so far.
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    Re: Ryobi undercarriage cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by HCF View Post
    I picked up Ryodi couple months ago. Being in Ohio they to brine an salt th roads. My daily does have fluid film. The Ryobi works good with my AR Vlue 390SS 2000psi 1.4gal per minute. I was hesitant on it having more then 3 sprayers and loosing pressure. Very happy with it so far.
    Just got mine a few weeks ago. Very happy with the quality for $40. Works exactly like I anticipated and maybe even better than I hoped. Now if I could erase the 15 years of WI winters from my 06 Sienna’s frame. Especially the first six I didn’t own and flush the frame

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    Re: Ryobi undercarriage cleaner

    I love seeing so many Autopians turning their attention to the undercarriage
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    Re: Ryobi undercarriage cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by HCF View Post
    I picked up Ryodi couple months ago. Being in Ohio they to brine an salt th roads. My daily does have fluid film. The Ryobi works good with my AR Vlue 390SS 2000psi 1.4gal per minute. I was hesitant on it having more then 3 sprayers and loosing pressure. Very happy with it so far.

    Wouldn`t the undercarriage PW strip off the Fluid Film?

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    Re: Ryobi undercarriage cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    I love seeing so many Autopians turning their attention to the undercarriage
    I just want to get the salt off. There`s no way I can get in your league, Mr. A.

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    Re: Ryobi undercarriage cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatings=crack View Post
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    I used it yesterday. Works perfectly. Very well-made. I`ll have to order an additional extension wand and it`ll be perfect.

    It works just like the video.

    https://youtu.be/AoEtpY0p3Js

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    Re: Ryobi undercarriage cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by bob m View Post
    Wouldn`t the undercarriage PW strip off the Fluid Film?
    No, not on my truck, not alot of force 12-14inches above the jets. Frame still has fluid film, feels oily/greasy an beads when water hits it. I`m using this on my electric power washer that`s adjustable. Only did it twice this winter. Trucks get coated 1-2x year.

 

 
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