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    pressure washing heads

    Guys.
    When pressure washing heads (post boiling) do you have any tips on how to secure or hold the head?
    I currently put it in an old fish basket but it still tends to move around a bit.
    Cheers
    CVK

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigievarkiller View Post
    Guys.
    When pressure washing heads (post boiling) do you have any tips on how to secure or hold the head?
    I currently put it in an old fish basket but it still tends to move around a bit.
    Cheers
    CVK
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    I use bungee cord on a larder bench to secure heads down.

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    I just take an old b&d workmate to the garage, saves all the cack in the garden.

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    get your wife to hold it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offroad Gary View Post
    I just take an old b&d workmate to the garage, saves all the cack in the garden.
    good advice, workmate and waterproofs.....!!!

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    Remember to keep your mouth shut when doing the brain cavity too...

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    nothing worse than doing a head and going back into the house only to be told by the wife you've got brain in your hair again.

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    I use a large drum which i have cut in half with a small section of weld mesh across the top and a single bungy cord which can be used to hold the head to the weld mesh in any position to pressure wash all nooks and crannies. The barrel holds all the lumps of snot in the bottom untill you want to empty it out down the drain or whatever.

    I also use a plastic visor which clips onto my husky chainsaw lid instead of the mesh visor to keep me snot and brain free!

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