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  1. #11

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    Kris you missed the main point. I think it's your desire to argue that's getting in the way here. More flow will allow for faster scrubbing and rinsing. To get more pressure you sacrifice flow by restricting the water thru smaller jets. In the world of water fed poles flow is more vital to a faster clean. You don't need a ton of pressure to do the job properly and in fact too much causes more problems than it solves. If I do as you suggest I reduce not only the pressure but loose some flow as well resulting in longer cleaning times. I've been using a wfp for 10 years so I have used many different poles and jet sizes. It's OK that you don't get what I've said as long as you are willing to learn you can be helped.
    Tony Evans
    A New View Exterior Cleaning
    UAMCC Vice President
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  • #12

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    Tony some things are not worth the trouble. Trying to teach someone who thinks they know everything is a waste of time. Kris a 3/8 hose is not almost twice the size of a 5/16 hose. 5/16 + 1/16=6/16 or 3/8. 1/16 is hardly twice the size. Good people trying to teach you something and yet you want to argue as usual. I guarantee you do not know near as much about window cleaning after only one year compared to a guy who has been cleaning glass for ten years. Tony thanks for the video. Good job in explaining the difference between flow and pressure!

    Rance Tilley
    Paducah, KY.
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  • #13

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    Ok guys. Debate all you want. This is good. But keep it professional and non accusatory. Remember we are an org and are all members here to help each other, ALL of us. We can get along and still disagree.. Thanks

    Doug Rucker-Owner/Operator
    Certified NCE Instructor
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  • #14

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    Thanks Rance
    Tony Evans
    A New View Exterior Cleaning
    UAMCC Vice President
    319-325-9475 Call or Text
    tony@anewviewia.com

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  • #15

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    Rance, do your math again or go back to kindergarden.

  • #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristopher Pettitt View Post
    Rance, do your math again or go back to kindergarden.
    Kris, Doug has already asked that this be kept professional. You have a history of unprofessional behavior and I'd like to ask that you please keep it out of my posts.
    Tony Evans
    A New View Exterior Cleaning
    UAMCC Vice President
    319-325-9475 Call or Text
    tony@anewviewia.com

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLBbO8DjLQU





  • #17

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    Quick note; Don't take stabs at me and I won't take stabs at you. It's that simple.

    I'm at least man enough to admit when I'm wrong and even though I have both of the tubings shown in the video and when put next to each other the 3/8th's and the 5/16th's hose it may look like double the size. I was reminded by someone that it not the outside that matter, but the inner side and the 3/8ths tubing is thicker. So no there is not the big difference between the two hoses that I had originally thought.

    I still stand-by what I said earlier that if you lower the flow of water when using the pencil jets you won't have that splashback.

  • #18

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    Kris and Tony...please see the PM I just sent each of you and then call me at 281.883.8470 if you have any questions

    Doug Rucker-Owner/Operator
    Certified NCE Instructor
    We own and operate a School for Pressure Washing, Roof Cleaning, and Soft Washing http://www.pressurecleaningschool.com
    Check out our ONLINE PRESSURE WASHING SCHOOL with over 160 videos https://www.pressurecleaningschool.c...ashing-school/
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  • #19

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    Simply put the best way to clean is with more flow. Reducing the flow to eliminate splashback is not effective if efficiency is your goal. A simple upgrade to larger jets will allow more flow without the splashback from too much pressure.
    Tony Evans
    A New View Exterior Cleaning
    UAMCC Vice President
    319-325-9475 Call or Text
    tony@anewviewia.com

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLBbO8DjLQU





  • #20

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    Tony you could do a Test, pretty Simple Test with a One Gallon Glass Jar with a Stop watch.

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