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In my experience using a pressure washer on wood causes more harm than good. Water forces itself into places it doesnt belong. I find a bottle with dish soap/water mix and a soft brush works wonders. Takes time.
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I have owned several power sprayers over 25 years. My take: the best power sprayer you can get is the one you don't have to buy. If you have a neighbor or friend who has one, ask to borrow it and flip him $25 for the day.

If you own one, realize that it will sit there, NOT being used 99.5% of the time. You have to make sure the water is drained out of the pumps for over-winter storage in cold climates. And if you have a gas model, you have to drain out or treat the gasoline for over-wintering.

Gas models are great for large areas and regular, heavy use. Electrics are very convenient and portable. The more convenient it is, the more you will use it. I would often put off a cleaning job for a while because of the hassle of getting my gas-powered sprayer out and setting it up. So I would find myself trying the electric first to see if it would do the job.

You can ruin your deck and siding by using the wrong nozzle. These things will actually scar wood and even softer concrete. So always start with a wider nozzle and test that first. If cleaning decks and siding, use the power sprayer to remove the chunks of dirt and grime, then follow with a 50/50 mixture of bleach and water, applied with a pump sprayer (yes, oxygen bleach is a good alternative). Allow to stand 10 minutes and then rinse off. Let the deck or siding dry for a day or two then re-apply your stain.

It's not advisable to use power sprayers on vinyl siding. They clean OK, but you will end up with a lot of water behind the vinyl, and that can cause problems. What I have found that works better is to apply the same 50/50 bleach/water mixture (with some dish detergent added) to the vinyl siding.. Then take a wide pushbroom and run it back-and-forth horizontally on the siding to get the bleach and soap applied everywhere. Let sit a couple of minutes, then rinse off with a garden house. This method does a much better and faster job than a power sprayer and will even remove the oxidation that makes vinyl siding look "old".
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you could always get the 2000psi model and simply use 40degree attachment for lower pressure
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You forgot to add prices, but the most expensive one is the 1950 psi at $97.67.
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I can vouch for the 1700 psi model. Works great for washing cars! Lmk if you guys have any questions
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Got the 2000 psi model for $96. Thanks, OP!!!
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Anybody have any experience using this to get mildew off of wood siding? Which PSI would I need?
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1950 PSI too much for cars if I use the widest spray pattern?
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Anybody have any experience using this to get mildew off of wood siding? Which PSI would I need?
In my experience using a pressure washer on wood causes more harm than good. Water forces itself into places it doesnt belong. I find a bottle with dish soap/water mix and a soft brush works wonders. Takes time.
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The surface cleaner is on sale as well
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...0DER&psc=1
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Is 1500 PSI enough for washing cars?
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Anybody have any experience using this to get mildew off of wood siding? Which PSI would I need?
It comes with that 360 head, it can remove some tough stain and mildew. But that head only focuses on smaller area. So if you have a big area to clean, you might want a more powerful model.
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can anyone tell me how would these be for pressure cleaning garage and house exterior? I'm in market for one
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Of these 4 I was thinking the 1950. Would it be suitable for cleaning of a wooden deck?
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Is 1500 PSI enough for washing cars?
I picked up the 1500 model for smaller jobs like the car and lawn furniture. High water pressure can damage paint, rubber, wood and more. Pay car washes probably only use about 1500 or so pressure.
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I can vouch for the 1700 psi model. Works great for washing cars! Lmk if you guys have any questions

I just put in an order for that one. I'm looking for something to help with washing the cars, cleaning off the siding on the house, and doing the driveway once every few years. This feels like the right model, but any thoughts before it's too late to cancel the order?
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