Car Detailing and Your Engine
Many people tend to associate the task of car detailing with simply cleaning the vehicle interior and exterior. Detailing tasks also include cleaning under the hood of the car, especially the engine. Engines can pick up a lot of dirt, even if the vehicle is simply used on city or suburban roads. Cleaning the engine regularly is essential to ensuring it works well and lasts a long time.
Daimer® offers a number of pressure washing units that are ideal for car detailing. These units, such as the Super Max™ 6120SCW offer pressure levels of 1000 psi, temperature levels of 250°F, and low water flow rates of 0.5 GPM. This is the optimum setting for effective cleaning that does not waste water or use too much force. Pressure washing units are usually the best way to clean engines because they physically lift and wash away different kinds of dirt and debris. Engines tend to accumulate a lot of salt, which can have a corrosive effect if it is not dissolved and removed immediately. Other deposits that are often found in an engine include road dust, grime, grease and oil. A pressure washing unit is the best way to deal with this kind of engine car detailing.
Using pressure washing units for car detailing often does away with the need to use chemical cleaning agents for engine detailing. Many chemical cleaning agents can leave behind harsh traces that could have a corrosive effect on an engine’s delicate machinery. A pressure washing unit cleans effectively using nothing more than pressurized water. More information on other car detailing equipment can be found at www.daimer.com