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I have this and it works fine for washing my car. The video showing washing the second story of house, not true. There's not much pressure. But it works well on cars. Just be extra careful there's a possibility of scratching your car.



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Here are some good alternatives:

1) MTM Hydro 14.0263 - Long-Range Detergent Foamer Attachment
This foam lance/cannon is pretty much identical to the one sold on autogeek except for half the price. However, it doesn't come with the extra fitting if you need it.

2) G-Foam Blaster for 4,000 psi Pressure Washers-AGPWF04 at The Home Depot
I've read good things about this foam blaster from home depot. From what I've read, it works similarly to the lance/cannon and is a steal for $20. I plan on trying one of these when I get a fitting for my pressure washer. Here's a video on how it works.

 

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it is cool, thank you guys, i will get the foam gun instead, but my problem when i wash my car was all those water spots, do i need a heat gun to dry the car instead of let it dry naturely.
 

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Chamois... I wouldn't use a heat gun.. Buy some nice soft drying chamois


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