Making Improvements To The New Shop! (More Lighting and Outlets)

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43 thoughts on “Making Improvements To The New Shop! (More Lighting and Outlets)

  1. Kyle, brother you need to buy a property. This renting and investing in someone else's property thing is just not a smart move. Coming up on a million subs it's time to commit to location start building equity and wealth! The sooner you start the better off you will be.

  2. I’m almost positive purple power would work amazing on cleaning that wall. If u wanna try some thing really cheap you could just use isopropyl alcohol you would just need a lot stronger of a power washer

  3. You need to use some chemicals to get that wall clean. That looks like mold and should come off with bleach.

    Just get a 2 gallon garden sprayer, put half a gallon of bleach in then fill it with water. Spray the solution on the wall, let it sit for a few minutes then rinse it off with the pressure washer.
    You can also add a bit of TSP cleaner but I don't think you'll need it.

  4. Honda gas powered pressure washer and pre spray with purple power from autozone. It's not just psi but gpm that matters with pressure washer. More gpm with the psi is like having higher tq with the horsepower.

  5. Need a pump sprayer with some "awsome" cleaner from the dollar store. Spray it on, let it sit for a couple minutes and power wash all that crap right off of there with ease! 😉

  6. Those little consumer washers are trash, basically a mains powered water pistol.

    A nice commercial grade one that runs on diesel and has a built in boiler with the correct nozzle would be doing 8-10 inch wide strips as fast as you can move the wand.

  7. Welcome to Florida. The fight against mildew is real! Get a 2.5 gallon tub of pool bleach, dilute it and spray it on first. Works great but ruins your clothes…lol

  8. Wet it down use power purple on a brush and then you could use a hose basically. Thats what I do to clean the soot out of my shop (diesel shop)

  9. I'm glad Kyle moved some where he can race almost all year around but, He needs to up his Merch game, I have been trying to get a red or blue BoostedBoiz shirt for atleast 1-2 years in a 3-4XL, Only shirt i been able to get so far is the Mr2 Moon Tune, Order more 3-4XL shirts when you come out with new merch, I'd pay atleast $75-$100 for 3XL zip up hoodie with the turbo BoostedBoiz logo on it

  10. You need a REAL gas powered, 5000 PSI power washer. That little housewife gizmo ain’t gonna cut it. You also need to hit that mildew with bleach from a pump garden sprayer BEFORE you power wash it. It’ll come right back if you don’t

  11. Purple power let it sit for 20 mins and a gas powered pressure washer would help I have the one you're using for washing cars I use honda gas powered for serious jobs also doesn't hurt to start at the top don't let it run down something you just cleaned

  12. Need some cleaner for those doors. They make an attachment for that power washer to spray it like a foam cannon. I use that on my house and cars.

  13. Get some Super Clean and a pump sprayer for cleaning. You can use a wheel brush paired with the Super Clean and that place will shine.

  14. Looks like you could use a little Deck Bright you can pick it up at your local Walmart it's in a dry form put it in a Hudson sprayer mix it up spray tan scrub it wash it off

  15. Use some Purple Power, you can get it at Walmart. Good stuff, just put it in a spray bottle and soak it down. You'll see the grim start running down. Then hit it with the pressure washer.

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