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Can you build a bike pressure washer for less than £35?

A few months ago, I found myself trawling the internet for a 12v powered bike wash. Then I stumbled across this very basic looking kit on Amazon.  There's not much to it, just a pump, 12v cable, water hose and nozzle. But at a two-thirds of the cost of a traditional system, I thought I should give it ago. The kit from Xcellent Global is missing a Jerry can / water tank, but these can be sourced for free our extremely cheaply. Once the kit arrived I hastily devised a plan to mount it to my 10L jerry can. I bolted the water pump to a 5mm thick plastic sheet that's been kicking around my shed for some time. I then wrapped the plastic sheet around the water tank and secured together with cable ties. I've also used spare hook and loop straps to hold the hose when not in use.
So now that the Bike wash is all built up, what is it like? Well in all honestly it's fantastic. The 10L tank is enough to clean 2 bikes if the water is used sparingly,  it's powerful enough to blast away heavy clay-based mud but gentle enough to help avoid water penetrating your bearings. The supplied 12v power cable and hoses are also long enough that you don't need to clean your bike right next to your car. All in all, it's a good buy as long as you are prepared to do some very basic DIY to build it all together. It's also worth noting that if you shop around it can be found even cheaper. If you decide to build your own bike wash tweet me a picture and let me know how you get on with it.     

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