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Sun Joe SPX6000C-XR Cordless Pressure Washer - $199.00

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Powerful 40-Volt / 600-Watt motor generates up to 1160 psi / 0.79 GPM for maximum cleaning power
Innovative, top-loading detachable 5.3 Gal. bucket
Easy-glide wheels for maximum maneuverability
Exclusive pressure select technology: 507 psi / 650 psi / 800 psi
4 quick-connect spray tips (0°, 15°, 25°, 40°) and soap spray attachment tackle light, medium and heavy duty cleaning tasks
TSS (Total Stop System) - automatically shuts off the pump when trigger is not engaged to save energy and prolong pump life
Includes a 34 in. extension wand, 20 ft. high pressure hose, garden hose adapter and needle clean-out tool
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Anyone else here think that a cordless electric pressure washer is probably a bad thing?
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Looks like you'll only have about 7 minutes worth of washing before it runs out of water.
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Anyone else here think that a cordless electric pressure washer is probably a bad thing?
It's pointless having it cordless. You have to connect your water hose to it anyway making it wired. So what's the point?
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It's pointless having it cordless. You have to connect your water hose to it anyway making it wired. So what's the point?
No hose, it has a bucket you fill.
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this would also be a really good tool for someone who doesn't have access to a hose as said above (certain apartment complexes like mine) a little pricey though...
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this would also be a really good tool for someone who doesn't have access to a hose as said above (certain apartment complexes like mine) a little pricey though...
what could you even wash in 7 min with that abysmal 1100psi and low GPM?
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this would also be a really good tool for someone who doesn't have access to a hose as said above (certain apartment complexes like mine) a little pricey though...
That's exactly my problem. Bought a house last year, and they built a deck over the only spigot. I'm not desperate enough to crawl under it either shake head At some point I plan to bring in a plumber to see about rerouting where I can get to it.

Something like this sounds great, but yeah too pricey, and probably more hassle than it's worth.
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Probably good for screen printers and certain other jobs.
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what could you even wash in 7 min with that abysmal 1100psi and low GPM?
if you're ​just gonna wash your car I feel that might be enough time for a quick maintenance wash, I could make it work (not talking about demudding a Ferd Fteenthousand here)
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This is stupid and overpriced, hard pass!
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That's exactly my problem. Bought a house last year, and they built a deck over the only spigot. I'm not desperate enough to crawl under it either shake head At some point I plan to bring in a plumber to see about rerouting where I can get to it.

Something like this sounds great, but yeah too pricey, and probably more hassle than it's worth.
It would be cheaper and less aggravating to just get a plumber to revise the spigot location.
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That's exactly my problem. Bought a house last year, and they built a deck over the only spigot. I'm not desperate enough to crawl under it either shake head At some point I plan to bring in a plumber to see about rerouting where I can get to it.

Something like this sounds great, but yeah too pricey, and probably more hassle than it's worth.
Just attach a garden hose with a valve on the end and voila...
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That's exactly my problem. Bought a house last year, and they built a deck over the only spigot.
Did you know that when you bought the house?
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Professional mobile detailers that have not a water tank and gasoline washer, and *college kids* love this. Buckets of water and 10 minutes are all you need. It's a step above using ONR (optimum no rinse).
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