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Power Equipment: Blue Max 18" 45cc 2-Stroke Gas Powered Chain Saw EXPIRED

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No kidding. Electric has it's place. They are great for washing cars and such. They turn on and off when you pull/release the trigger. No loud gas engine running to annoy your neighbors. and are low cost enough that you can use them till they die and then just buy another.

Just note that some of these electric models tend to be tall and skinny and have a tendency to get knocked/tipped/pulled over very easily. I prefer the models that sit lower/flatter to the ground. They tend to be more stable and don't get pulled over as often. These inexpensive power washers use a lot of plastic pieces to keep the costs down so they don't tend to be super durable.
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Thanks for sharing. Ordered a K5 Premium from Amazon a few days ago but may go with the K2010. $35 cheaper and extra year of warranty.
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What were you expecting for $70?
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Which are better, these or the Sun Joes?
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No kidding. Electric has it's place. They are great for washing cars and such. They turn on and off when you pull/release the trigger. No loud gas engine running to annoy your neighbors. and are low cost enough that you can use them till they die and then just buy another.

Just note that some of these electric models tend to be tall and skinny and have a tendency to get knocked/tipped/pulled over very easily. I prefer the models that sit lower/flatter to the ground. They tend to be more stable and don't get pulled over as often. These inexpensive power washers use a lot of plastic pieces to keep the costs down so they don't tend to be super durable.
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Would the 1600 psi be enough to clean dirt stains on stucco?
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Good price on the chainsaw. I'm intrigued by the chipper, but there are no photos of what size branches it can handle. All the customer images imply branches thinner than my pinky finger.
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Good price on the chainsaw. I'm intrigued by the chipper, but there are no photos of what size branches it can handle. All the customer images imply branches thinner than my pinky finger.
A couple of the customers on the HD site say it will do 1.5 to 1.6 inch limbs. I imagine it would be slow though. For leaves I would wait for them to dry and use the lawn mower or better yet compost them in a pile --so easy if you have the room.
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Purchased a few of the poulans from a few weeks back to resell - which is better? HomeDepot bluemax 18 or the poulan 16"? Im sure HD would offer a better warranty?
I have never resold a chainsaw because I have no knowledge of a good way to do it. U use mine way beyond the usual death time. My gut tells me Poulan would have much better name recognition. My $.01 (2 cents would be pushing it).
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Thanks for sharing. Ordered a K5 Premium from Amazon a few days ago but may go with the K2010. $35 cheaper and extra year of warranty.
Hopefully the more expensive one (k2010) will last longer.
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Ordered 1 portable 1600psi - this is supposed to be a pretty good brand and an all around good household tasks washer.
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Would the 1600 psi be enough to clean dirt stains on stucco?
Here is an article [pressurewashersdirect.com]that reminded me of the important of soap and the rotating scrub brush. Part of the magic of the pressure washer is putting soap on and letting it sit for a few minutes. I have done this with my car at much lower pressure with much better results than just plain pressure washing. I am stucco illiterate and have no idea. If I can soak something with soap for even a small time it seems to help.
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