The Hourleey pressure washer kit is great for the price it costs for the perfect wet sandblasting task. It produces great results as compared to others in the field. You can get stunning clean surfaces using this sandblaster that otherwise requires a lot of effort if done by hand.
As a result, there are a few things that must be done for this to be properly utilized.
When you’re working with sand, classifying the grains by size (using a screen) is important, because if the grains are too small, they may jam the nozzle or the siphon tube.
What Do You Need With Hourleey Pressure Washer Sandblasting Kit
We have a Simpson mega shot pressure washer having 3200 psi with 2.5 GPM of water flow to use with this sandblasting kit. Typically, you need a maximum of 5000 psi along with a 10 GPM pressure washer for any of these wet blasting units to strip paint and rust quickly from the surfaces.
However, more than 1500PSI works well with the Hourleey pressure wet sandblasting kit.
- 1 goggle
- 10 feet hose
- 16-inch pressure water input washer wand
- 17-inch sand input sand wand
- 2 hose clamps
- extra replacement ceramic nozzle kit
Capable To Do Toughest Jobs
We needed to restore some engine and mechanical parts of our tractor covered in rust that had been buried in the dirt for over 10 years. and we know sanding will take too long. Secondly, we are concerned about using acid because we do not want to compromise the structural integrity of the mechanical parts.
Therefore, we purchased this product and decided to try it out.
Best Quality Manufacturing Material
A couple of things first – the quality of all the components is excellent. Great quality brass and stainless steel. And the sand tube is fine too. Both, the pressure washer wand and the sand wand have a good length to the job without any hindrance.
The nozzles are quite a fragile part of the sandblasting kit and therefore, need replacing after some time. Hourleey pressure washer sandblasting kit comes with a ceramic replacement nozzle.
Affordable Price & Efficient
For this price, what you get is worth your hard-earned money. It not only saves money but you can easily perform the task saving a lot of your time.
We also got a bulk size 5lb box of baking soda for media to cut off the tough rust. We located it away from any place where water might get on it. To make sure water didn’t reach into the siphon tube, we managed to get the siphon tube above the pressure washer lance.
We received a good result. Flaking rust was removed completely from the engine part. After this we power washed it again, let it dry, and sprayed it with Rustoleum Rust Converter, and completed the process.
We saved a ton of time by using this as it eliminated manual sanding and the hazardous dust is generated. For this task, we have just used baking soda. It is fine enough because it does not clog, dries quickly, and perfectly washes away. You can use whatever media you think suits your cleaning job.