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Re: Bottom Damage by Pressure Washer

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I think we are assuming there is some damage. The question is, could it have been caused by pressure wash that had too much psi, or too concentrated stream.
Yeah, but a picture is worth a thousand words and so easy to take and post now. Why start a thread like this without one? Surely pictures were taken for documentation anyway. If not, they should have been. IMHO
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Re: Bottom Damage by Pressure Washer

Needs eyes-on professional opinion, a surveyor.

What doesn't surprise me if that if someone is pressure washing a hull and PIECES OF THE HULL COME OFF it is time to STOP STOP STOP and call the owner. To complete the job and exacerbate the problem...that just means they hired the wash guy in the Home Depot parking lot that morning.

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