Q1. How can I attach a water broom to a pressure washer?
Ans1. A quick-connect adapter or a snap coupler (1/4” male) can be used to attach the water broom and a pressure washer wand. Before you invest in one just ensure the compatibility of your water broom with some brands. After establishing proper connection, you can use your wand to control the water broom while rolling it on the flat surfaces.
Q2. How does a water broom and a surface cleaner differ?
Ans2. Both of these are designed to deal with the cleaning tasks but a bit differently. The water brooms are more flexible with wheels and convenient adjustments that can reach to any areas while they clean. on the other hand, the surface cleaners do perform the cleaning tasks with pressure but are more suitable for larger areas rather that compact spaces.
The surface cleaners tend to move and clean in circular motion and the water brooms have more adaptability to reach and clean the toughest on non-level areas also by changing their spray patterns at varying degrees.
Q3. Can a water broom be used to clean windows or a roof?
Ans3. This is a recommendation for those of you who don’t know that cleaning your roof or windows could prove risky and may damage or destroy shingles or break windows. Power washer brooms shouldn’t be confused with brushes instead.
Q4. How mush water is needed by a water broom?
Ans4. You need to have a constant supply of sufficient amount of water while you clean your decks, docks, or undercarriage places. The PSI- pounds per square inch, and GPM- gallons per minute are the ratings that you can get with the product description to understand this better.