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Greenworks Pressure Washers & Accessories: 1500 PSI 13 Amp 1.2 GPM EXPIRED

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Not when it was $90 on Black Friday...
I'm waiting for it anxiously to hit back down to $90 as well..
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Not when it was $90 on Black Friday...
Bf is months away and for the price and need at this time of the year, it's not bad. However, it only carries a 1 year warranty vs their other products that are longer.
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I got this last year for the same price used (warehouse deals) and like it. It's not particularly strong, but it takes up very little space, and is enough to clean my (small) driveway and section of the sidewalk. Also used it to help clean my friend's patio, their house siding and washing off my car after hiking. Would recommend wearing ear protection (it's not terribly loud but loud enough to appreciate ear plugs) Spend time winding the cords properly after use (and draining fully) and it'll last you.

I did have one issue of a tiny stone getting lodged inside the nozzle of one. Had to use a sewing needle and the back of a screwdriver to free that out, took a few minutes of tinkering.
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Bf is months away and for the price and need at this time of the year, it's not bad. However, it only carries a 1 year warranty vs their other products that are longer.
jericoholicsBf is months away and for the price and need at this time of the year, it's not bad. However, it only carries a 1 year warraDnty vs their other products that are longer.Do a
Buy it from Bed Bath and Beyond as a price match once it does come back down to $90 or so. BBB is spectacular with returns regardless of time frame..
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how is this compare to the ryobi from HD deal? this would be my first pressure washer and i only need to wash my house siding, driveway and sometimes car
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Anyone have any tips on pressure washing cars?
Like how far to stand away from the vehicle?
What PSI would be ideal/safe, but still effective (without ruining the finish).
Etc.
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If this is a solid washer for cleaning a car, I may actually consider jumping on this deal. This is by far the lowest price I've seen yet. I'm just wondering what kind of accessories I should consider purchasing with it? (Ex: Foam blaster, turbo nozzle etc.)
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Anyone have any tips on pressure washing cars?
Like how far to stand away from the vehicle?
What PSI would be ideal/safe, but still effective (without ruining the finish).
Etc.

Just use the 40* tip on the pressure washer and you will be fine at the highest PSI that an electric pressure washer will allow. with the 40* tip just use your brain and don't hold it so close that it is hitting it with no fan to the water. Keep the tip 6-12 inches from the surface. Basically you'll realistically be okay as long as you don't hold the pressure washer an inch from the surface and leave it shooting that one spot for a long time.
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Anyone have any tips on pressure washing cars?
Like how far to stand away from the vehicle?
What PSI would be ideal/safe, but still effective (without ruining the finish).
Etc.
As long as you keep the tip 3-4 inches away, you're not going to damage factory paint. A little further away from enblems, openings and other things that don't want water behind them and you'll be fine. Also skip the foam canon business, all it does is create a big mess in your driveway and doesn't do much if anything for the grime/film left on the surface of the car, you'll still need a bucket and some wash media.
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Bf is months away and for the price and need at this time of the year, it's not bad. However, it only carries a 1 year warranty vs their other products that are longer.
I presume you mean the greenworks has a one year warranty? On for the greenworks are about product breaking down. Yes I would rather have a longer warranty like 4 years but doesnt seem an option.
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I have the Stanley 2150 and washed my car with the 25 degree tip no closer than 10" to the surfaces and had no issues.. so this should help those who purchase lower pressure models.. 25 degree tip is also the suggestions i read online for pre-wash/washing
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Anyone have any tips on pressure washing cars?
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Make sure you always use the 40 degree tip and you will be fine
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Great pressure washer for the price. I was lucky enough to pick this same model at Target almost a year ago on clearance on the shelf for real cheap. I use it for car washes and cleaning off the gunk and mildew that builds up on my stone siding on the house. Also does a decent job cleaning my concrete front patio. It took a few passes and some concentrated sprays for heavily oiled and stained parts on the pavement.

I haven't really used the soap applicator. Tried once but probably used the wrong type of soap or just simply did it wrong since it basically just drizzled soapy water and didn't really foam up. I'm sure it works fine, I'm just too lazy to make it work Smilie
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Hmm for basic cleaning of driveway and vinyl siding is the 1500 enough?
I have this and love it, because its not 10 gazillion psi you dont have a fret as much about uneven marks in the driveway space or destroying vinyl siding. Very easy, very consistent.
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