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Promoted 08-17-2016 by brisar at 10:46 AM View Original Post
Home Depot has Ryobi 1600-PSI Electric Pressure Washer (ZRRY141600, Refurbished) for $69.97. Shipping is free. Thanks Phasers

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This price matches the price of our Front Page Deal for it in February. - brisar

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Edited August 17, 2016 at 09:15 AM by TattyBear
HomeDepot.com has the Ryobi ZRRY141600 1600 PSI 1.2-GPM Electric Pressure Washer (Reconditioned/Refurbished) [homedepot.com] for $69.97 with free shipping to home or free ship to store if you prefer.

This price matches the previous FP deal here which was from an eBay seller.

You can also have Home Depot match a 10% off Lowes coupon (chat after placing order), bringing the price down to $62.97 + tax, which beats the previous FP deal.

Manufacturer refurbished with 1 year warranty, 90 day HD return policy and can be returned at any Home Depot store.
  • 1600-PSI 1.2-GPM for efficient cleaning of residential areas
  • Powerful 13 Amp electric motor
  • Compact, lightweight design
  • Rugged roll-cage frame design protects the motor housing and stays upright; no tipping
  • 20 ft. non-marring high pressure hose will not leave scuffs on the job
  • 1 qt. on-board detergent tank for hassle-free cleaning
  • Professional metal spray wand with quick-connect coupler for easy nozzle changes
  • On-board accessory storage for user convenience
  • Includes 3 quick-connect nozzles (15 Degree, soap and turbo) for cleaning a variety of surfaces

Link [homedepot.com] to product new on HomeDepot.com where it is currently $109 and rated 4.5/5 stars with 300+ reviews

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FYI, when using a pressure washer to wash a car, you can use common sense and simply not put the nozzle up against your paint.

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I was considering renting a pressure washer when I get around to cleaning the house and deck, but at this price it'd make more sense to buy this. From what I can tell seems to have pretty good reviews.
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Quote from jevoyager View Post :
I was considering renting a pressure washer when I get around to cleaning the house and deck, but at this price it'd make more sense to buy this. From what I can tell seems to have pretty good reviews.
I just bought one for the same reason: to clean the house and deck as there are some spots on the deck which a bit of dirt seems to have built up over the past few years, or some small perpetually damp spots that have green algae starting to grow on them on the side of the house.
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anyone got any opinions on this for car washes?
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anyone got any opinions on this for car washes?
I was actually just researchign this myself lol. I'd use the blue soap nozzle rather than the high pressure ones so you don't take off any paint.

If you want to use the yellow 15 degree tip, make sure you stay a good distance away (at least 24" IMO). 1600 psi isn't the most powerful pressure washer out there, so as long as you're careful you shouldn't damage the paint.
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barely enough pressure to massage my back
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I've got a couple things I can use this for so in for one. I've owned the yellow ones they sell at walmart for $70 (not ryobi) and they are kind of crappy but they do the job. I assume this one will be the same, hopefully the quality is a little better
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Giving it a shot, can always take it back.
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Where do you get the 10% Lowes coupon to match it?
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Will this be able to be used to clean concrete or strip a deck of paint and stain?
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barely enough pressure to massage my back
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sorry, that was supposed to be the crying laughing emoji. too funny!
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Will this be able to be used to clean concrete or strip a deck of paint and stain?
I don't think it have enough power
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Bought one in April, great for car washes. Broke a few weeks ago so I'll have to get in contact with ryobi about getting it fixed.

Quote from TheStig540 View Post :
Will this be able to be used to clean concrete or strip a deck of paint and stain?
You will be working for a while using this. Better to get something 2000+ psi. I've tried using this on my parents patio and it barely made a dent.
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Last edited by TomT3897 August 17, 2016 at 10:38 AM
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If you value your time, then I would suggest getting a more powerful pressure washer for things like large decks and concrete patios. A pressure washer like this can get the job done, but for tougher stains you'll need to get so close to the surface that you'll literally be doing a couple inches at a time. With a more powerful pressure washer you'll be able to clean a larger surface area and get the job done much quicker.

So the question isn't so much can it do this or that. Chances are yes it can. But you'll spend longer and use more energy doing it vs. a 2000+ psi model.
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