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    Reliable Electric pressure washers

    What is a good reliable pressure washer? I want to replace my gas washer.

    My gas power washer is too heavy to haul from apartment to wash bay.

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    Re: Reliable Electric pressure washers

    I've had very good results with the SunJoe SPX3000......use it for our personal vehicles and the occasional customer car.....been very happy with it

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    Re: Reliable Electric pressure washers

    Quote Originally Posted by briarpatch View Post
    I've had very good results with the SunJoe SPX3000......use it for our personal vehicles and the occasional customer car.....been very happy with it
    What do think about Briggs and Stratton? I have the gas model but it produce a lot of fumes in underground garage.

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    Re: Reliable Electric pressure washers

    Quote Originally Posted by sito View Post
    What is a good reliable pressure washer? I want to replace my gas washer.

    My gas power washer is too heavy to haul from apartment to wash bay.

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    Kranzle ... period

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    Re: Reliable Electric pressure washers

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    Kranzle ... period
    Do you mean Karcher?

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    Re: Reliable Electric pressure washers

    Quote Originally Posted by sito View Post
    Do you mean Karcher?

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    I have the latest Karcher K7 full control plus, i dont recommend it. Too much plastic for my taste. If I knew about Kranzle before, i would’ve chose it instead for sure

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    Re: Reliable Electric pressure washers

    What is your budget? That will determine the recommendations. Money no object kranzle but they are 1k and up.

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    Re: Reliable Electric pressure washers

    If on a budget SPX3000/SPX3001 otherwise Kranzle is a good choice.

    I run the SPX3001 without any issues so far.


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    Re: Reliable Electric pressure washers

    I pretty much forgot all the details of the tests Matt did on the pressure washers, but if I remember correctly... Sunjoe's PW had weird fittings making upgrading them harder... or am I thinking of a different brand?

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    Re: Reliable Electric pressure washers

    Quote Originally Posted by Calendyr View Post
    I pretty much forgot all the details of the tests Matt did on the pressure washers, but if I remember correctly... Sunjoe's PW had weird fittings making upgrading them harder... or am I thinking of a different brand?
    There's an Entire thread on the Sunjoe SPX3000 - and it details all kinds of options for fittings and conversion to better hoses & parts like guns - so not an issue these days for fittings and upgrades.

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