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lostinPA 3 10 September 2, 2016 at 11:04 AM in Pressure Washers (7) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by annie930ny September 3, 2016 at 08:28 AM
Hi. I stumbled across this deal and it looks like this pressure washer is $110 cheaper than most websites are offering. This is a pretty decent price, considering it has a Honda engine. It does have an axial flow pump. It is showing Prime eligible for free shipping but is not showing 2-day shipping. My order to NWFL is estimated to arrive Thursday, Sept 8.

3100 PSI
2.7 GPM
Powered by a Honda GC190 Engine

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I have a 2800 PSI Gas Powered I got for 200 new and its just too much power you cant clean your car with it unless you maintain a distance of 6 feet and so therefore you cant clean wheel wells cause its so strong it will blow paint off it not only cleans concrete but it will gouge holes it and it will knock stucco right off your house for most of the things a pressure washer is used for one of the 1600PSI electrics is the way to go plus the gas powereds are super loud. Sure you want to look impressive with a foaming lance gas is the way to go but foam lance is a waste of soap it just looks good on video. I think a tornador soap foamer on an air compressor is way more economical or just a spray bottle with soap water mixture or a foamer garden sprayer tuned to spray soap on a fan pattern. I dont even know what to use a gas powered pressure washer on its too strong and carries a high risk of damaging things.... I listened to those posting on this forum saying gas is the way to go and I just disagree.... patently false maybe a gas powered concrete cleaner with multiple jets will work well but single jet its just too strong every time I used it I had to figure out what the safe use distance was and it was a pain always having to maintain that distance.....
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I have a 2800 PSI Gas Powered I got for 200 new and its just too much power you cant clean your car with it unless you maintain a distance of 6 feet and so therefore you cant clean wheel wells cause its so strong it will blow paint off it not only cleans concrete but it will gouge holes it and it will knock stucco right off your house for most of the things a pressure washer is used for one of the 1600PSI electrics is the way to go plus the gas powereds are super loud. Sure you want to look impressive with a foaming lance gas is the way to go but foam lance is a waste of soap it just looks good on video. I think a tornador soap foamer on an air compressor is way more economical or just a spray bottle with soap water mixture or a foamer garden sprayer tuned to spray soap on a fan pattern. I dont even know what to use a gas powered pressure washer on its too strong and carries a high risk of damaging things.... I listened to those posting on this forum saying gas is the way to go and I just disagree.... patently false maybe a gas powered concrete cleaner with multiple jets will work well but single jet its just too strong every time I used it I had to figure out what the safe use distance was and it was a pain always having to maintain that distance.....
use a different nozzle attachment
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I've got a 3800 psi w/ 7hp Honda and yeah they're loud and probably overkill for around the house users as mine is for residential exterior cleaning before a repaint job. but i also use for simple tasks that you might otherwise use it for. if you are stuck with it, use your fan tips and definitely not the bullet tip. you don't have to run it full power either, it should have an adjustment for that.
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