There are a lot of different factors that can go into making a certain kind of pressure washer better than another one that you might be looking to buy, and the PSI that any given pressure washer is capable of working up to can be a truly essential factor that most first time buyers are going to be looking into once all has been said and is now out of the way. You can usually accomplish most midrange pressure washing jobs if your machine can manage up to 3,000 PSI, but suffice it to say that this does not mean that you should be using the 3,000 PSI setting every single time.
The reason behind this is that sometimes less is more when you are trying to implement power washing near me. Anyone that tries to pressure wash their car with 3,000 PSI will be in for a real rude awakening because while this would technically make the car a lot cleaner than it was previously it would also make the paint start to chip away thereby resulting in your car being less aesthetically pleasing than might have been the case otherwise.
To answer your question, you technically can use your 3,000 PSI pressure washer on your car, but we would recommend that you use a lower setting such as 1,500 PSI. This offers enough pressure to get rid of stubborn caked up dirt without bringing any damage to the vehicle that you love so much because of how easy it makes it for you to get around town, finish up chores and errands as well as commute to the office that you work from.