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Stanley SLP2050 2050 psi 2-in-1 Electric Pressure Washer Mobile Cart Or Detach Portable Use With Detergent Tank, Yellow, Medium $154.33

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Stanley SLP2050 2050 psi 2-in-1 Electric Pressure Washer Mobile Cart Or Detach Portable Use With Detergent Tank, Yellow, Medium $154.33
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Is this safe for car wash? Can I adjust the pressure, so it wont damage the paint of my car?
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Is this safe for car wash? Can I adjust the pressure, so it wont damage the paint of my car?
None of these electric pressure washers will damage your car paint as long as you don't use the 0° tip and don't hold it too close or on one spot too long (use the 25° or 40° tip and hold it half a foot away and keep it moving). I use mine to clean the moss growth out of the trim of my vehicles and to clean all the emblems and badging.

For those about to ask, this will work with a foam cannon, except the foam won't be as thick, higher gpm means thicker foam (go with gas or try an electric with the 1.7gpm or higher). This will work though, my Greenworks is 1.3gpm and lathers well enough for me if I only do one side of the vehicle at a time.
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None of these electric pressure washers will damage your car paint as long as you don't use the 0° tip and don't hold it too close or on one spot too long (use the 25° or 40° tip and hold it half a foot away and keep it moving). I use mine to clean the moss growth out of the trim of my vehicles and to clean all the emblems and badging.

For those about to ask, this will work with a foam cannon, except the foam won't be as thick, higher gpm means thicker foam (go with gas or try an electric with the 1.7gpm or higher). This will work though, my Greenworks is 1.3gpm and lathers well enough for me if I only do one side of the vehicle at a time.
Or buy a low pressure/low gpm foam cannon.
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this is looking really cool!
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Alright, this or the cheaper sun joe spx4000
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Looks like OOS at Amazon but same price at Walmart or HomeDepot.
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Now 149 at walmart and Amazon. If you go through a cashback site, you can get an additional 10% off as of right now, as they're offering 10% on walmart tools & garden items. Snagged it for ~$145 after tax
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If you like it in RED, Craftsman has the same product. Duh, because Stanley is pretty much Craftsman after Black and Decker bought it out.
http://www.sears.com/2050-psi-1.4-gpm-2-in-1-electric/p-07199117000P?sid=IDx01192011x202448019&gclid... [sears.com]

If you like it in BLUE, AR Blue Clean sells the same product. I guess this company makes it for Black and Decker, Stanley and Craftsman.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/AR-Bl.../302214415

Unless youre going to wait for sales, Stanley = $150, Craftsman = $180, AR Blue Wave = more than $200. Exact same thing.

CHECK IT OUT:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZJUKUwPTw8



That being said, This product gets awesome ratings. Check out YouTube videos. QVC sold the Blue Clean 2050 a little while ago and you can see the product in action. ALSO, Check out the add on accessories and goodies on the AR Blue Clean Website. You can even add a wall mount for the detachable unit which looks real cool, for $50. I wonder if it works for all 3 colors....it should!

Something worth looking into. Im debating whether to get this or the Worx 40V Powershot. Different animals, but the main thing I will be using it for is to wash the car. I really like this product's versatility though, and it has more applications than the 40V Powershot. What do you guys think....this vs. the Works 40V Powershot (not the 20V)????
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AR is the original italian manufacturer here in the case of all 3.. Stanley's Gas pressure washers are made by one company (don't recall who) and the electric ones are made by another company (AR).

The Stanley name is just being sub-licensed here. It's a little odd that it's the cheapest of the 3 paint-jobs as the Stanley name usually carries a slight premium over the original manufacturer.
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Im debating whether to get this or the Worx 40V Powershot. Different animals, but the main thing I will be using it for is to wash the car. I really like this product's versatility though, and it has more applications than the 40V Powershot. What do you guys think....this vs. the Works 40V Powershot (not the 20V)????
This over the powershot for sure. The powershot is like a kitchen gadget with one specific job (like a pinapple corer)... the Stanley / AR / etc is more like a kitchen knife.. good for a lot of things.
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This over the powershot for sure. The powershot is like a kitchen gadget with one specific job (like a pinapple corer)... the Stanley / AR / etc is more like a kitchen knife.. good for a lot of things.
Yeah - that was my gut feeling. Only 300 something PSI for the WORX powershot. I do like the WORX portability and ability to suck water from the bucket with no hose hook up. The 40V reviews are much better than the 20V too but you cant beat the power of this 2050 washer which is pretty portable too.

The accessories (foam container, attachment for cleaning gutters etc. etc.) are real cool, applicable and not gimmicky. Build quality looks good too. I like the red C'man version...
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Looks like prices shot back up recently. https://pressurewashr.com/stanley...e-washers/ is the source for my previous claims around who the manufacturers are.
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Also, if you're looking for a cheaper version of the wall mount, you can get a few bucks off by getting the AR BlueClean version instead of the stanley version. Comes with extra hose length too.

https://www.google.com/search?ei=...ghK4k1vuq0
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