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    The UnderWasher

    https://youtu.be/YO5AJnjIgec

    Just might have to order one of these.
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    Re: The UnderWasher

    If I didn`t have my undercar wand I`d DIY something like that using orifices/nozzles from somebody like American Waterbroom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PA DETAILER View Post
    https://youtu.be/YO5AJnjIgec

    Just might have to order one of these.
    Thanks for this ! I wonder if he is still there, 7 years hence? Hope so !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stokdgs View Post
    Thanks for this ! I wonder if he is still there, 7 years hence? Hope so !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    If I didn`t have my undercar wand I`d DIY something like that using orifices/nozzles from somebody like American Waterbroom.
    As I recall, that thing (UnderWasher) was horrendously overpriced.

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    Check out the Ryobi Pressure Washer Broom for an inexpensive but effective undercarriage washer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy View Post
    As I recall, that thing (UnderWasher) was horrendously overpriced.
    It sure was compared to just DIYing it, but eh...I suppose it`s worth whatever somebody will pay for it. Almost *have to* say that given the things I`ve spent real $ on

    My Undercar Wand was horribly pricey...hundreds back in the `80s...but whatever it cost was worth it *to me* since it`s never let me down in all that time (well, OK..I`ve had to F4 Tape the swivel joint as it started leaking back around `91 and wouldn`t stay properly fixed).

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    FYI. Figured they were long out out business. Reached out to them Friday. They are indeed still in business and shipping all items in their store. Ordered the standard one this morning.
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    PA Detailer- That`s kinda like the attachment I recently got for my pressure washer. Even a hose-powered one oughta be a lot better than nothing. Hope it works out for you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    PA Detailer- That`s kinda like the attachment I recently got for my pressure washer. Even a hose-powered one oughta be a lot better than nothing. Hope it works out for you!
    Anxious to try it out and see how it does. Finally going to warm up this weekend in PA. Plan on doing a proper wash. Doubt it will make here by Friday (Ordered on Monday).
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    I don`t know if the price is lower now or my tolerance has just increased, but that seems very reasonably priced to me now, and they even have one with wheels, although you can`t really see what`s going on with that one from the pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy View Post
    I don`t know if the price is lower now or my tolerance has just increased, but that seems very reasonably priced to me now, and they even have one with wheels, although you can`t really see what`s going on with that one from the pictures.
    I ordered the wheels version to hopefully take some stress off lower back during use. I’ll let the forum know if it’s helpful/beneficial.
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    Re: The UnderWasher

    Just a question but has anyone tried a water broom/undercarriage washer?

    Seems it be more effective hooking up to a PW and definitely looks more sturdy/reliable.




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    Quick delivery. Mine came today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coatings=crack View Post
    Just a question but has anyone tried a water broom/undercarriage washer?

    Seems it be more effective hooking up to a PW and definitely looks more sturdy/reliable...
    I`ve been using a hose-end (NOT pressure washer-powered) one for over 35 years with great results. One with multiple nozzles that hooks to a pressure washer oughta be even better (and better efficiency-wise than my single-nozzle one) but I`ve never looked into them as I`m under there cleaning with brushes/etc. anyhow.

    Quick delivery. Mine came today.
    Ah, looking forward to hearing how it works for you (and expecting a positive report ).
    Quick delivery. Mine came today.

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    Is the UNDERWASHER the real deal? YOU BETCHA. Finally got to use this unique tool. I did not pre-soak the undercarriage with any APC first. I wanted to see how the underwasher did solo. Pressure was great. Using the tool was really easy. Moves back & forth with little effort. Shut off valve is nice. Just make sure to turn it off when you move it out from the vehicle, or you will get wet. The standard was perfect for me. More than enough reach under the truck. Me being me, i looked under the truck when i was done. I was amazed how clean this tool really did get the undercarriage after weeks of salt, dirt and snow. One of the best detailing tools i have gotten. If you don`t have a pressure washer, and are working with a standard hose, this is the way to go. BUY ONE!
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