Agree. Nothing beats a good ol hand wash. Power washer just makes rinsing quicker. That being said, it's much easier and quicker for me to use a hose rather than connecting my gas powered pressure washer up, starting it and have it just sit there running for a rinse only application.I use a 2200 psi gas motored power washer on all my vehicles.
Be sure to use the "TIP" for car washing . If you use the "TIP" for concrete cleaning, it 'could' remove your paint
Just to be clear: I still use a bucket, soap and a big mitt to wash my Mustang . You will never get your Mustang clean using "Just" a power washer. The power washer just makes the wetting down and rinsing a lot faster
It 'should' come with at least 3 different tips. Be sure to use the one for washing cars. The one I have is 'very' gentle but still pumps out over a gallon of water a minute. I also have vinyl stripes and it doesn't hurt them but then again I'm not trying to do a 100% washing with just the power washer. Remember, its all about the 'tip' you use. Good luckIts an electric power washer around 1400psi it arrives this week gonna give it a go and see if the results are any better than normal but just concerned with the possible damage it might cause probably will try it out on an older vehicle first but will update later this week and see if power washing is worth it on not
Move the power washer tip closer to the stains. lol.after using it i am going to stick with pressure washing it def looks better than before the pw. just know what your doing before using it. just having a hard time with the leather inside not some dirt stains just wont remove off the vinyl parts..