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Any input? Want one to wash my car maybe it'll be something useful in the future. Smilie
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SPX4000 is the same price at Amazon and BJ's. Not sure why you would want the SPX3001 at a higher price than the SPX4000.

https://www.amazon.com/Joe-SPX400...B01NBVBT3I

https://www.bjs.com/product/sun-j...0000791208
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SPX4000 is the same price at Amazon and BJ's. Not sure why you would want the SPX3001 at a higher price than the SPX4000.

https://www.amazon.com/Joe-SPX400...B01NBVBT3I

https://www.bjs.com/product/sun-j...0000791208
Just because the model number is a higher number does not mean it's better.

The SPX3001 is narrower and has a hose reel, I'd prefer it over the SPX4000.
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you HAVE to get the hose reel on these things. Not having one is a B****
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I purchased the SPX4000 last summer for $147. Works well for car washing (if you're not worried about high pressure damaging the clear coat etc; and the pressure is adjustable), light duty spraying lawn furniture, sidewalk/driveway. Just today, using it to wash and rejuvenate the vinyl siding on my garage. Does what a modestly powered pressure washer should do. Though last summer, washed the severely stained vinyl siding on a cottage - this was very underpowered. Resorted to using a 3000psi gas powered pressure washer and that was barely adequate despite scrubbing, detergents, bleach.

As the post above mentions, a hose reel would be extremely useful - the SPX4000 doesn't have that. But if you're looking for something high-powered, look elsewhere.
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I have the 4000 and I don't understand the problems caused without a hose reel. When I start the job I take the entire hose off the unit. When I'm done I roll it up and put it back. It's by no means inconvenient and I've used all manner of pressure washers in the past.

As for the product itself, the 4000 is super useful for light duty jobs. Cleaning houses, cars, patio furniture, decking, the kids' outdoor toys, etc. It's light and it's quiet too.

I cleaned some sidewalk with it but it takes a long time because you need to use the narrow beam. Use the right tool for the job and you won't be disappointed.

Edit: I also use a chemical guys foam cannon with this and it produces thick foam with both their citrus and melon detergent.
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Question on these electric power washers. Do they require you to occasionally turn them off to allow the motor to cool? Saw somewhere where a particular one that was on sale had a stipulation that it will shut down after 15-minutes of continuous use..
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I have the 4000 and I don't understand the problems caused without a hose reel. When I start the job I take the entire hose off the unit. When I'm done I roll it up and put it back. It's by no means inconvenient and I've used all manner of pressure washers in the past.

As for the product itself, the 4000 is super useful for light duty jobs. Cleaning houses, cars, patio furniture, decking, the kids' outdoor toys, etc. It's light and it's quiet too.

I cleaned some sidewalk with it but it takes a long time because you need to use the narrow beam. Use the right tool for the job and you won't be disappointed.

Edit: I also use a chemical guys foam cannon with this and it produces thick foam with both their citrus and melon detergent.
The difference between power windows and hand crank windows. Convenience.
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Mine gave out after a year (4000 model) Trying to see what the problem is, but happened twice already.

First time, motor was running but was leaking a lot. Just an o-ring that slipped out of place. Easy fix.

Second time, I was washing my car and then all of a sudden motor stopped. Checked outlets and those turned out okay. Tried a different outlet, but no luck. It did leak from the bottom so hoping thats the problem which seems fixable.

Any other ppl have similar problems?
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Question on these electric power washers. Do they require you to occasionally turn them off to allow the motor to cool? Saw somewhere where a particular one that was on sale had a stipulation that it will shut down after 15-minutes of continuous use..
motor only runs when the trigger is being held, therefore, no. Unless you somehow have the strength and need to hold the trigger down for 15 mins straight...then maybe, but thats just not natural
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Just looking for one to wash cars and camper. Occasional patio furniture or concrete patio cleaning. Which is best?
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does this use proprietary connections? or can i use standard pressure washer attachments
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Sun Joe spx1501 was on sale for $70 at home Depot not too long ago. Got it online. 1800 psi

https://slickdeals.net/f/11549763-outdoor-power-equipments-sun-joe-1800-psi-electric-pressure-washer-70-many-more-free-s-h?src=SiteSearchV2Algo
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does this use proprietary connections? or can i use standard pressure washer attachments
It uses proprietary connections. Amazon.ca has an adaptor I believe. That's the only thing holding me back from this or the 4001, or the Stanley 2050 version.
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