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considering a 48" or 60" surface cleaner
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    I have been considering adding a 48" or 60" surface cleaner to use on large jobs (150,000 sf +). I currently have a 30" with a 3500 PSI / 8 gpm pressure washer and it works great. If I go with a 60" I think I would need to buy a 10 gpm pressure washer which should handle it. I think my current pressure washer should be able to handle a 48". Does anyone have any experience with a 48" or 60" that could give me some advice. I'm also wondering if you have to go slower with a larger unit.
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    Robbie Miller

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    I would want at least 12gpm for a 48 incher. You could do it with less but it's gonna be slow.

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    Ben Skipworth
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    What Ben said...for 60 inch Id think you'd want a 14-16 GPM....or you'll be moving at a snails pace

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