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Briggs & Startton Pressure Washers can also be labeled as Troybuilt, Speed Clean, Power Boss, Elite, Generac and many other labels.
Many of the Briggs & Stratton Pressure Washers are the same as other models with only the label and name being different.
Most of the pressure Washer Pumps are a very light duty design and are cheaper to Replace with a better pump than trying to repair the original.
By clicking on your Model # of Pressure Washer you will find the the Breakdown & Manual for your Briggs & Stratton Pressure washer and can Purchase replacement Parts and Repair Kits for your Power Washer
Cement Driveways and Garages
Cement driveways and garages take a lot of abuse with daily doses of road dirt, grease, oil, and salt. To start this cleaning project, you'll want to remove all items from the area you'll be Pressure Washing.
You may want to pre-treat oil spills and stains. Consider soaking up excess oil spills with cat litter or sawdust.
For maximum cleaning power, use your Power Washer in the low pressure setting to apply a Heavy-Duty Degreaser to heavily soiled areas. Allow the detergent to remain on the surface for 1-3 minutes to break up grease. Finish with the high pressure water spray, working in smooth, overlapping strokes.
For especially tough or stubborn stains, consider using a Turbo Nozzle. A Turbo Nozzle rotates a narrow stream of water in a circular pattern, increasing cleaning effectiveness by up to 70 percent.
When your cement is clean, you may want to reseal it. Make sure the surface is completely dry, however, before applying any protective coatings.