Does any one else get disapproving looks from their spouse when you leave mud in the driveway after washing your Jeep?
You need to run a hot water hose connection. Worth it!I don't get disapproving looks from Mrs. Lucky, but the guy that cleans the quarter car wash has frowned some. Fortunately there isn't a whole lot of mud to be concerned with here in Colorado.
I have a basic cold water power washer at home. The quarter car wash I go to has more pressure and hot water. It's worth it to me to spend the money there for the hot water.
Good Luck, L.M.
The major problem I see with that is, it will not get the mud out from the skid plates, top of gas tank, frame etc. To me, it's just easier getting out the hose.Has anyone tried the Ryobi water broom?
Yep! Mrs. Lucky is a genteel lady, she (almost) never says anything that the pastor shouldn't hear.That’s the one that threats harm when you wash the jeep in the drive after scaring the dickens outta her off road.
I don't have a spouse to give me disapproving looks. However, mothers of the neighbor kids who play in my driveway do. Kids love playing in the sand and mud.Does any one else get disapproving looks from their spouse when you leave mud in the driveway after washing your Jeep?