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After reading this site daily, I'm starting to see that PWP really does care about all the people in the field and the equipment they are using.

The tips offered could prevent some major isuues later....

Words of advise to newbies, do your homework and check it twice before you start buying equipment.

I somehow fell into the PT "quik set-up" and should have gone another route...............I didn't check twice......

And of course with everything else going on around here, I have yet to clean one roof..........which is fine, gives me time to work on a trailer set-up and modify the boxes my Fatboy came in.......use dope and trash the teflon, etc...

Thanks Lori for all you guys do, it means alot to us




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Keep some teflon on the truck any way.
I have doped fittings leaking all over the place right now.
Teflon isn't perfect but it works if you install it right.

But I agree whole heartedly with you about PWP, Lori set me up yesterday with a few new tips (nozzles) to play with and they were exactly what I needed.
And even if you're set up isn't exactly what it should be they'll help you get the best of it for now and get you set up the way you need to in the future.


Matthew C Perry
General Manager
Callahan Pro Wash
Professional Exterior Cleaning Services
Roof Cleaning, Pressure Washing, Paver Cleaning and Restoration

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