What's the common mistake most people make?
Water turns to ice! Most people use their equipment and then just put it away in storage. Well there's nothing worse than a frozen pressure washer as I'm sure many will discover next spring or summer. Before storing your pressure washer for the winter you'll want to flush out the system. In cold regions you will also want to do an anti freeze flush. This will insure your pressure washer doesn't freeze over in the winter. Briggs and Stratton has a product called Pump Saver for this very purpose. Pump saver is a unique anti freeze created specifically for pressure washers. Watch the instructional video below for winterizing and storing your pressure washer. Stop in for supplies or have your pressure washer winterized for you.
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