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Old 06-13-2014, 01:26 AM
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surface cleaners wheel vs non wheeled

boy oh boy all the different surface cleaners

im looking for a 18-21" two handle surface cleaner that can do smooth and rougher flat surfaces, brick, slate, concrete, pavers, driveway, other stone etc

wheels vs nonwheels ????

are you suppose to use wheeled cleaners on flat but rougher surfaces like pavers so you down wear the bristles down? or it doesn't matter the wheels are just more money and makes things smoother.

mosmatics ( to much $$$)
general pump hammerheads ( nice but no wheels)
whirl-A-way. (sprays out the sides )
others...........

alittle education if ya could thanks..
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We have both wheeled and non-wheeled power washer surface cleaners.

I really like the wheeled BE Whirl-A-Way. It has a brush skirt that contains the splash so that you do not get wet.

With the non-wheeled power washing surface cleaners your feet will get wet.
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