Car Detailing with Pressure Washers

Daimer® retails two types of low-flow car pressure washers. One is a standalone pressure washer that uses steam (300°F) to melt grease and oil residues and washes away dirt from the car exteriors. This machine, the Super Max™ 6120LM, has pressure levels of 1000 psi and a flow rate of only 0.5 GPM. Additionally, it features quick disconnect through the trigger wand and has two wand sizes.

The Super Max™ 6120SCW, on the other hand, combines the best of steam cleaning and pressure washing. This machine emits wet steam, as opposed to dry steam, which reduces damage to car paint from excessive scrubbing. The Super Max™ 6120SCW has a flow rate of 0.5 GPM, and the same pressure level and temperature as 6120LM. The powerful jet steam melts grease, frost, and snow. It removes dirt from tires, windows, engines, and car exteriors. It is capable of removing tough oil and hydrocarbon deposits in the engine.

Daimer® also offers carpet cleaners in their XTreme Power® series for auto detailing interiors. These machines have low flow technology, which allows the interior to completely dry in as little as two hours.

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