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Re: Electric Pressure Washer [Re: JAlfred] #14403408 06/24/22 04:16 PM
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Originally Posted by JAlfred
When I moved into a new house 4 years ago, I bought all electric (battery or AC) tools. I did not want to store gas. The 2000 psi electric power washer was not totally useless, but very close. I sold it for $80 on Craig's List last month and bought a 3000 psi gas powered machine. It's a beast.


This. Run the canned gas unless you plan on going thru multiple tanks of fuel. Just make sure the carb is full of the canned gas. Also in my experience Honda engines are always easy starting quality motors more so than any other brand.


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Re: Electric Pressure Washer [Re: Pilothawk] #14403495 06/24/22 05:22 PM
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For house cleaning I think you'll want a gas washer. I have a 2000 psi electric. It's handy, light, does a fine job on the cars and outside furniture. Anything bigger than that, you need to get the nozzle really close and move really slow to get grime off.

Also a huge fan of Honda small engines.


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Re: Electric Pressure Washer [Re: Pilothawk] #14403521 06/24/22 05:44 PM
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Donโ€™t get hung up on the Psi. Look at the water volume. More water easier to clean .

Re: Electric Pressure Washer [Re: Pilothawk] #14403538 06/24/22 05:58 PM
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For what you want, electric would work well. I had a Greenworks for 6-7 years that I liked before it died last year and I got a Ryobi for less than $100 on black Friday and it's been fantastic also.


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