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    Talking In the market for a pressure washer

    In the past I have own two pressure washers in which one electrical and one gas powered. To be honest I was upset on the electrical pressure washer as it was having issues after a couple of months. I did had a gas powered pressure washer which I felt it was way better than the electrical one and on top of it I did not have to purchase any adapters to plug in my foam cannon (I got more foam out of the gas than the electric) just the down side is that the pull starter started to get stiffer to pull on after a while. Anyone can recommend me a good gas powered pressure washer that will not break the bank; also this will be used for washing my backyard once a month. Appreciate everyone input
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    Re: In the market for a pressure washer

    I’m going to bump this back up. I’m also interested. Maybe not which one but if someone runs across a good sale also. Thanks

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    Re: In the market for a pressure washer

    I got the SunJoe SPX4000 back in June and I have been very happy with it. BJs Wholesale Club had a deal for $129.99 so I jumped on it. I provides 2030 psi of pressure and it provides great amount of foam. I love blasting mud off of the side panels and wheel wells.

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    Re: In the market for a pressure washer

    If you're dead set on gas powered, you can not go wrong with anything Honda powered. The pump, on the other hand, is what typically takes the beating. If you have the money, there are Simpsons out there which are highly rated, Honda powered, and have the triplex pump.

    That being said, I have a SunJoe SPX3000, and could not be happier with it.

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    Re: In the market for a pressure washer

    I have this one and love it
    Ryobi
    3,100 PSI 2.5 GPM Honda Gas Pressure Washer with Idle Down


    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-3-...940B/203615829

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    Re: In the market for a pressure washer

    I haven't used this one but an option is the one Griots is selling. Granted they say its theirs but its made by AR Blue Clean/Stanley/Sears(all have identical models) but the drawback is the price, its defiantly cheaper anywhere(Amazon) but it carries the Griots lifetime warranty if bought from them.

    2,050 PSI Electric Pressure Washer


    - Griot's Garage

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    Re: In the market for a pressure washer

    Quote Originally Posted by timmy6262 View Post
    I haven't used this one but an option is the one Griots is selling. Granted they say its theirs but its made by AR Blue Clean/Stanley/Sears(all have identical models) but the drawback is the price, its defiantly cheaper anywhere(Amazon) but it carries the Griots lifetime warranty if bought from them.

    2,050 PSI Electric Pressure Washer




    - Griot's Garage
    The GG model is the AR2n1 and we used it during the. Roadshow class in July. It worked well and relatively quite. A gas unit will normally have higher GPM flow rates which seems to produce more foam. But having more foaming does not result in better results, the product is more important. And YES the GG care for their customers is tops!

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