Briggs and Stratton Pressure Washer - Quick-Connect Spray Tips Petrol x5If your looking to do multiple jobs with your pressure washer, then this pack is for you! Each colored spray tip has it's own function.
Red: Pressure Washer nozzles that produce a zero degree spray are red, and they designed for maximum impact rather than coverage. They deliver the most direct spray, as they concentrate the most power into the smallest area. The zero degree spray should not be used on fragile materials like wood or tile, as it may damage the surface. Instead, a zero degree water spray nozzle is great for removing stains, clearing grass and mud from cracks in the driveway or cleaning the underside of your lawn mower.
Yellow: The next pressure washer nozzle, a yellow 15-degree fan pattern, is often referred to as a chiseling tip. This nozzle is especially helpful for breaking bonds, such as peeling paint or removing mildew.
Green: The green 25-degree fan pattern is great for cleaning broad surfaces such as a patio or siding on a home. It provides pressure while also covering a larger area, which makes it great for power washing away leaves or mud, clearing the driveway or cleaning up grass clippings after mowing the lawn.
White: The white 40-degree fan pattern creates the widest spray, and therefore produces the least amount of pressure. Best for pressure washing delicate materials, the 40-degree nozzle is great for cleaning the windows of your vehicle, childrens play sets, or spraying down a wooden deck. It too can be used to sweep leaves and light debris away from driveways and sidewalks.
Black: This tip is known as the soaping tip. When this tip is used in conjunction with a pressure washer that has soap injection capabilities, soap is drawn into the stream at a very light pressure.