Which rechargeable pressure washer ?
tortoise not hairMember
Quite a good one for bikes, not to much preasure. water storage & rechargable.Posted 4 years agozangolinMember
Nomad 18volt – not cheap but good quality – had one for a couple of years never let me down.Posted 4 years ago
Our you could buy one of these to use with your dirtworker:Posted 4 years agonickdaviesSubscriber
Nomad – I was sceptical and begrudged spending £200 at first but its worth every penny!Posted 4 years ago
Invaluable in winter for me as it means I can clean the bike before sticking it in the car as i can’t clean it at home, and on weekends it’ll happily clean quite a few bikes twice on a single charge – just add water!travoMember
These might be worth a look…Posted 4 years ago
I have the Mobi v17 and I cannot ever understand how I got by without it.
I have no outside tap so it is a lifesaver to be able to fill it with water from the bath.
Also you can use water up to 70 degrees so the mud just peels off with ease.
17 litre capacity and built in battery.
I’m a poet and I just don’t know it (obviously I do)Posted 4 years agojairajSubscriber
If the dirt worker runs off the 12v cigarette lighter socket then its pretty easy to make your own battery pack.
Pop into Maplins and buy a 12v lead acid battery and charger, some cable, spade connectors and a cigarette lighter connector. 2 mins with a soldering iron and you’ve got a battery pack for your washerPosted 4 years agozerocoolMember
My Mobi V17 has been going strong for 5 years now, and they offer great customer support. The newer one have improved connectors over mine as well. Only thing to go wrong was my mains charger dies, but as my garage flooded and it was submerged for a few days I’ll let them off. The battery is still good and holds enough water and charge to clean 3 caked in sh*t DH bikes
Tom KPPosted 4 years agocinnamon_girlSubscriber
Still thinking about the Nomad, it’s the price that I don’t like!
Another thing that comes to mind for when bike has to go in car is suitability of a washing area. I really don’t want to hack off the locals by making a mess in their parking facility.
I guess a broom could be handy?Posted 4 years ago
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