Sunday, May 31, 2020

High Pressure Car Cleaning Tool Review

Reviewed, and Approved - Yes to a High Pressure
Car Detailing Tool
This item is a must for auto-detailing enthusiasts.

My husband loves to clean. You heard that right. Gifts for him normally include cleaning gadgets of some sort.

However, this particular gadget was entirely his idea. He's an avid cleaning-product-researcher and decided a high-pressure car cleaning tool would help to detail the car the way he likes it.

A High-Pressure Car Cleaning Tool Works With an Air Compressor

Take note that you'll need an air compressor to run this gadget. If you don't have an air compressor or access to one, this tool isn't for you.

This particular car cleaning tool lets you adjust the air pressure. You can clean an area using a level of pressure that's appropriate for the job.

He's pointed out it's the air pressure that pushes the cleaner into the fabric and on surfaces. That helps to provide deep, thorough cleanings.

The Car Cleaning Tool with the
air compressor hose attached

Easy to Use - Add Cleaning Product and Go

Just fill the container with any cleaning solution and water. Next, connect the air, set your ball valve to dispense the cleaner. Once you're ready to go, simply pull the cleaning trigger.

There's a water mode and air mode: To do the cleaning, use the water mode. Once the cleaning is complete clear away the excess water with the air mode. At that point, you can wipe the surface down with a microfiber cloth if needed.

Here's the High-Pressure Cleaning Tool in Action

Air Dried and Wiped with a Microfiber Cloth

Use The High-Pressure Cleaning Tool for the Car Seats and Rugs

My husband is quite detailed when he cleans. He also uses this handy gadget to clean the seats and rugs. After the winter months, it's very handy indeed for renewing those filthy rugs! They look like new when he's done. Check out the two photos below showing one of the seats and rugs.

By the way, this vehicle is fifteen years old. So it's not as though he's keeping up a new car that's in prime shape. This old SUV looks new because of his hard work and detailed mindset.

Oh, and something else he wanted me to mention: Cleaning the seats and rug below only took about ten or fifteen minutes. Of course, for extra dirty surfaces, the initial cleaning will take longer.

Here is the rug and seat after a quick cleaning

Here's a closeup of the seat after cleaning.
Remember, this vehicle is fifteen years old.


Yes, He Recommends This Product

It can also be used for other cleaning projects. You're not limited to just cars. Use it for bikes, motorcycles, outdoor furniture and rugs, and whatever else you can think of that needs a deep cleaning.

He didn't buy the high-end version of this product either. He selected an inexpensive model, similar to this one, and so far so good - it's still working.

Have fun, stay clean.




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5 comments:

  1. You are one lucky gal that your husband likes to clean. Those pictures sure show how well it works. I will have to share this with my son, as he just might be in the market for this kind of deep cleaning tool. Thanks Barbara for pointing me in this direction.

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  2. Those of us who have husbands who like to meticulously clean, are very blessed indeed! Like you, my husband cleans our cars inside and out. He would probably love this high pressure cleaning tool. I know he owns an air compressor so I might even be able to surprise him with this gadget. I wonder if giving a man a car detailing tool would be the equivalent of giving a woman an iron or vacuum? I'm laughing because I have friends who have complained about receiving "work" gifts, but I'm not one of them. If it makes cleaning easier or does a better overall job for me, I'm all for it!

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  3. My hubby was the same kind of detail oriented worker, especially when it came to cars. He would have love this tool.

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  4. My husband is a car nut, and both our cars are "vintage." His pride and joy is our 1973 Buick Centurion convertible (affectionately known in our family as the Queen Mary). He, too, maintains both cars meticulously. He owns a pressure washer that you couldn't pry away from him with a crow bar, lol! But I don't think he uses it for washing the cars - I'll have to check when I share this review with him. This really is a cool gift idea for a car lover of either gender! :)

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  5. What a fun tool! If your husband runs out of cars with his new gadget, send him our way :)!

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