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Tristan Colborg

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About Tristan Colborg

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  • Company Name
    The Wash Squad
  • Company Description
    Specializing in commercial and residential pressure washing services.
  • Company Contact Name
    Tristan
  • Year Started
    2012
  • How did you hear about us?
    Attended your school
  • Location
    Denver, Colorado
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    www.facebook.com/thewashsquad
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    http://www.thewashsquad.com

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  1. You talking about adding city pages and info on your webpage? Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
  2. So you would disconnect the feed hose that goes to the pump from the supply tank? Let it run until it comes out of the high pressure hose. Close it off and let it run through the bypass back in to the water supply tank. For the soft wash pour some in to the chem tank and pull from there until it goes through the hose and shut it off. There are two pictures for where I think I need to disconnect and have concerns about. Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
  3. Had a question on the best way to winterize my skid. Is it best to just pour the antifreeze into the water tank and pull it through both the high pressure hose and soft wash system? Also allow it to run through the bypass. What about from the water hose it self, what's the best way for that? Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
  4. Here is a 10 year old deck that we cleaned in Highlands Ranch Colorado a couple weeks back. The customer was trying to get this done to entertain guests for his son's birthday. Customer was originally going to replace the deck and chose to have us clean it instead. Overall turned out really nice and the customer was extremely happy. Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
  5. Doug I have all three and definitely interested. Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
  6. No concrete yet, we have are first actual paying job tomorrow but it is a deck. Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
  7. So not sure if this is normal, but when I am trying to use my downstreamer I get a loud vacuum leak sound from it. I filmed a small video you can hear it when I have the pressure low enough to pull from it and it goes away when I increase the pressure. I am not sure if I just need a hose clamp on it? What do you guys think?
  8. Hey Doug what cleaner did you use on this? Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
  9. So got the answer on PWI what ever nozzle you want to use to lower your pressure you need to divide it by the amount of nozzles on your surface cleaner bar. Example if you want a size 7 nozzle then and you have 2 nozzles in spray bar the both need to be 3.5. 7/2=3.5 Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
  10. So I am pretty sure I understand nozzle sizes now, as this site was helpful in explaining a lot about pressure washing nozzleshttp://www.ultimatewasher.com/power-washer-spray-nozzles.htm '> http://www.ultimatewasher.com/power-washer-spray-nozzles.htm . So my new surface cleaner, Whisper Wash Classic came with 2502 nozzles in the bar. Correct me if I am wrong but those are way to small for my machine 5.6 GPM 3500 psi. One they are going to overwork my machine and two put way to much pressure on the concrete. If I want to lower the pressure to about 2500 psi I would want to use like a 2507 no
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