So you’ve got your pressure washer and you’re ready to clean. Now, which pressure washer nozzle or tip should you choose to get the job done? There’s not really any secret sauce—and choosing the right tip might be easier than you think! We even include a pressure washer nozzle chart to help you understand the differences.
PRESSURE WASHER TIPS AND NOZZLES OVERVIEW
Pressure washers typically come with a set of nozzles. Just how many may vary, but there are six basic types: 0°, 15°, 25°, 40°, soap, and Turbo. We’ll go over each one and demonstrate how it works, what it’s for, and why you might want to use one type over another.
The four nozzles with various degree markings and colors shoot out water in a triangle pattern that matches the label. So when you see 0°, 25°, etc—that’s describing the spray pattern. Turbo nozzles use a rapid circular spinning motion that makes a 0° nozzle cover like a 25°. These five are the ones that take care of removing build-up.
The soap nozzle mixes with soap or another detergent to put a coating of suds on whatever you’re cleaning and isn’t actually designed to remove gunk on its own.
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