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Best Air Compressor For Detailing and What Size

Author: E. Silva (aka Mr. Awesome - The Niche Specialty Expert)

I’m glad you look for something like that. Now, I get to write to help ya. He he he he heh. Once more, Efrain’s back and full of it ( knowledge, of course, not anything else, he he he he he hhe heh ) …. now let’s get to talkin’ on the subject ….

So first of all, I would like to just have you all know that when you are detailing your car, you will want to consider some of the following things. In fact, don’t even start the detailing til ya read some of this ….

I find this one to be the best specifically when I am detailing my car —- Amazon.com: California Air Tools 10020C Ultra Quiet Oil-Free and Powerful Air Compressor, 2 HP : Tools & Home Improvement

It’s just $415, gets 70 decibels of sound put out ( so is still relatively quiet ) and its dimensions measure at 16” L x 15.1” W x 35.9” H. ( Amazon states this, as well, and they are right on the dot with accuracy here … I have measured it myself, in my room – space, and found the same to be true, he he he he heh ) ….

Now when it comes to the pump, it’s oil – free ( so yippeee – kay yayy ). That means a lot less having to buy new parts, and paying for maintenance costs, over time. Big win!

In addition to that, you will find that this air – compressor stands the test of time on many fronts ( countless users have spoken to how durable it is, time and time again ) . It gets you 110 volts of power as you operate it, and not only that, but it also has a 14 – amp total capacity. Did you also know that it can get you 2 horse – power ( HP ) and hold 10 gallons inside it? Cool beans …

It’s made in Mexico. It’s an amazing foreign – import product in itself. It doesn’t require or come with batteries … wheeh. Another sigh of relief there, no?

And to add to that, furthermore, it’s a heavy product ( 82.5 lbs ) and can stay firm, grounded and rooted in. So make sure you decide where to stick it, first of all, before placing it down somewhere and then changing your mind ( having to move it later, he he he he heh ) .

By the way, and speaking of which, I would like to just insert this next thought —- you want to make sure you have enough room or ‘free space’ around the air – compressor. And keep it like a foot apart from the nearest wall. Give it some room to breathe, in a sense, he he he he heh. And don’t let the hot air protruding from the machine damage anything sensitive to heat ….