I had a wand set up like that, I finally gave it to my son when he got
his first compressor.
I was underwhelmed, it really didn't do much more than a hose, and you
had to drag 2 hoses around.
It could have been the design though, it had a small barrel, a bigger
water delivery might have been more effective.
Finally, bought a 6 hp pressure washer, and that is much more
Since The booster pump was installed in the well house, kicking my
water pressure to 80 psi,
I don't use the pressure washer as much, the hose does a pretty good
job on the porch, carport & such.
Depends on the thing and how it is made. Water and air react differently
when pressurized and especially if suddenly depressurized. Water does not
compress very much while air compresses considerably. One will just pop
open and leak the water, but the same container can blow apart with sharp
shards of material getting blown all over as the air expands.
When I was younger, we had an air gun that had a siphon hose on it. We
would put it down in a can of Gunk cleaner, and it would suck up the Gunk
and spray it on the bike to be cleaned. Perhaps they are still available
today, and could be variable to suck up the amount of water you need for
that amount of air.
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