If you were born prior to 1980, this video is not for you...
Depends if you are inept & don't know what you are doing mate ¯\(ツ)/¯I would NEVER use a pressure washer on a motorcycle. Too many places water under pressure can go where it can cause troubles.
I am not inept and I have owned bikes for 50 years so I assume my knowledge base is as great as yours "mate".Depends if you are inept & don't know what you are doing mate ¯\(ツ)/¯
I have been cleaning & detailing bikes since the late 90's... Am yet to damage one in the process.
Besides, this particular Pressure Washer has been specifically designed for Motorbikes -
Introducing the world's first Pressure Washer built purely for use on both bikes and motorcycles. We've designed and tooled three specific lances to ensure the Muc-Off Pressure Washer won't damage those all-important bearings and surfaces.muc-off.com
No idea what you're talking my friend?Maybe it is a good thing "they" have locked all you "mates" up.
I am not at all angry. I just do not understand why calling people inept is acceptable. Refrain from being rude, understand that?No idea what you're talking my friend?
U seem angry.
Here is another prospective from a more well known source regarding this product...
I believe he used to own a body shop, in fact his video was the reason I purchased this particular pressure washer.
It being safer for bikes...
No I don't understand that.I am not at all angry. I just do not understand why calling people inept is acceptable. Refrain from being rude, understand that?
Everything to do with convenience my guy, at least for me....I think pressure washing a part that gets particularly greasy and dirty might be OK. Thinking of the rear wheel just now. But it seems like overkill on the rest of the bike. What's wrong with a hose and nozzle? That's enough pressure for me.
It's the Internet... there has been & always will be... delicate snowflakes.Seeing more of that around Rat Net this year. Things go off the rails quickly.