Hey folks, it's Southeast Softwash, and today we're at our church camp tackling some spring cleanup. But before we dive into that, let's talk about the crucial task of filling your water tank effectively. Here are my five pro tips to make sure you get it right every time.
1. Have a Dedicated Supply Reel: Start off on the right foot with a dedicated water supply reel hard plumbed into your tank. Whether it's on your truck or trailer, this simple addition makes filling up a breeze.
2. Pull Out All Your Hose: Avoid kinks and tangles by pulling out your entire hose length before connecting. It's a small step that can save you big headaches down the line.
3. Flush the Spigot: Before connecting your hose, give the spigot a quick flush for a few seconds. This clears out any debris and ensures clean water flows into your tank.
4. Use an Inline Filter: Protect your equipment by installing an inline filter in your water line. It's a small investment that can prevent clogs and extend the life of your system.
5. Right-Size Your Tank: Don't overdo it with a massive tank. Opt for a size that meets your needs without unnecessary weight and bulk. A buffer tank slightly larger than your daily usage is all you need.
And there you have it, five simple yet essential tips for effective water tank filling in pressure washing. Follow these guidelines, and you'll streamline your process and avoid common pitfalls. Until next time, happy washing!