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    Marysville Washington
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    2012
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    Ford
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    F-250 Powerstroke
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  1. My apologies about the forum rules and recommending other brands. With that said, I don't see a gas pressure washer on the site, although I know the one you're talking about. But to the OP, asking on here will be pretty biased since its an Adams only forum. All I can recommend is do your research and find what works for your budget and what you will be using it for.
  2. I havent used the new wheel/tire cleaner yet but plan on it today. I know its non-acid formula compared to the normal wheel cleaner. I got it because it will do 2 jobs at once, which means it saves time, who doesnt want that! As for the All Purpose Cleaner compared to Eco APC, its jsut that. The Eco is eco friendly which means its safer to use on delicate things. Normal APC is no joke, and I usually dilute it 50/50 in my IK foamer and it still works great. I dont recommend diluting eco APC.
  3. I know this is an Adams forum, but Matt at Obsessed Garage has purchased hundreds of "budget" pressure washers and tested to see which ones were up to par, all his videos on this are on Youtube. I would definitely go electric, if you get the right one, it will do everything a gas one would. If I didnt have my Kranzle, I would most likely buy *****. EDIT: Also another thing, PSI is not what really matters, its the GPM or Gallons Per Minute that is the big factor to figure out.
  4. Stock it comes with the 1.25 orifice. The extra is the 1.1 orifice. Depending on your pressure washer, most electric PW's can use the 1.1 for more foam. Gas pressure washers use the 1.25 or electric Kranzle pressure washers use the 1.25 as well.
  5. I'm not one to talk bad about a company, especially Adams. But there are better options than this pressure washer. That video above is spot on. Matt at obsessed garage has done hundreds of tests on different pressure washers to come up with entry level pressure washers that are built well. Tons of youtube videos of him testing them all and he'll tell you if its junk or not.
  6. I'm not sure if you noticed but they have regular metal signs on the website right now!
  7. All Adams soaps are pH neutral so they are safe on paint/wraps/decals. And you absolutely can wax over them or use any coating you'd like.
  8. I would not recommend ceramic coating them. Polished aluminum will still oxidize underneath and it will end up being more work to get the coating off, and then shine the metal up again. I'd say just hit them with some aluminum polish right before the show, it will repel the water just fine.
  9. There is no way Rubber mat and liner cleaner "Faded" to burnt orange like TRC. They may have similar jobs but they're not the same
  10. Definitely do the trim restorer before ceramic coating
  11. Just a FYI, all King Ranch trucks come with leather interior, thats kind of the main reason its called that is due to it being a saddle type leather which is why they are so different to clean and treat than most leather seats.
  12. Gonna bump this back up to the top. I've tried and expelled all my options at this point, I've got products to trade and will make it worth your time and effort.
  13. This is only a one car garage as well, and no vehicles parkin it, so I decided to make it cool lol
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