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WORX 20V MaxLithium Hydroshot Cordless Portable Power Cleaner (Refurb) EXPIRED

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WORX via eBay has WORX 20V MaxLithium Hydroshot Cordless Portable Power Cleaner (Refurbished, WG625) for $35.10 (price reflected in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks excuse_me

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Includes:
  • 20V Hydroshot
  • 20V Max Battery (WA3575)
  • 20V Charger (WA3742)
  • 20' Hose
  • Cleaning Lance
  • Multi-Spray Nozzle
  • Bottle Cap Connector
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eBay has WORX WG625 20V MaxLithium Hydroshot Cordless Portable Power Cleaner for $39.

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Condition: Manufacturer Refurbished - Units have been tested and may have light scuff marks. They also ship in plain brown box.

What's Included
  • (1) 20V Hydroshot
  • (1) 20V Max Battery - WA3575
  • (1) 20V Charger - WA3742
  • (1) 20' Hose
  • (1) Cleaning Lance
  • (1) Multi-Spray Nozzle
  • (1) Bottle Cap Connector

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
  • Rated Voltage: 20V Max
  • Max Pressure: (Low/High) : 94/320 PSI
  • Max Water Flow Rate: 0.5 GPM
  • Machine Weight: 3.7 lbs
  • Water Settings: 0°, 15°, 25°, 40°
**Battery & Charger are designed for use on 120V**

https://www.ebay.com/itm/WG625-20...SwWTJc7WFJ
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I bought this because my apartment complex doesn't have a car wash or faucets outside so so can wash my car. Filled up a 5 gallon bucket, used the soap dispenser attachment to apply soap, which worked similar to my actual pressure washer, used a separate bucket for the wash mitt and washed the car a section at a time. But when it came to rinsing after washing the section of the car, that's where it let me down. This thing may be higher pressure than a garden hose, but at a very small volume. Felt like I was using a super soaker to rinse the car off. Wound up with dried soap on my car and had to run my car through a real car wash to get it off. Also had to refill the bucket of water as 1 5 gallon bucket wasn't quite enough.
In conclusion, I'm sure there are real uses for this, like gardening where you don't have access to a water faucet or using the 2 liter bottle attachment to have water to rinse off your feet after the beach or something, but I think washing a car is too big of a job for this product. Or maybe other people might have better luck washing their car who are not in the heat of the south where everything dries super quickly.
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I use mine often as I live in an area with heavy foot traffic and no garage. I used to fill a 5 gallon bucket and use the longer hose but it didn't work that well so I went back to using the other adapter with 2 liter bottles. Works well but probably about the same power as a garden hose with the right attachment. Really annoying to refill a couple 2 liter bottles and better if you have 5+ filled during the car wash.

I mainly use mine so I don't need to risk having someone trip over the garden hose and sue me.
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Anyone have any experience with this? Looks good for cleaning the grill and the car?
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Didn't know such a thing existed O.o. Pretty cool
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Anyone have any experience with this? Looks good for cleaning the grill and the car?
Probably better spending a little more and get a plug in, AC, pressure washer. I have a greenworks that was under $50 that works well for basic home maintenance ans such.
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Probably better spending a little more and get a plug in, AC, pressure washer. I have a greenworks that was under $50 that works well for basic home maintenance ans such.
I have one of those. Thought it might be worth it to get one that's battery powered for more frequent applications. Maybe not though.
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I came across this one which is really interesting, it generates hot water using a standard electrical outlet.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/hotwave#/
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I came across this one which is really interesting, it generates hot water using a standard electrical outlet.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/hotwave#/
Seems like a great idea. I'm intrigued only because I own a heated pressure washer that I use on my fleet semis. I'd like something like this for my commercial pickups if it's worth a damn. Anyone else have any exp with this?
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This washer is only useful if you have no açcess to a garden hose. Low pressure and volume.
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This washer is only useful if you have no açcess to a garden hose. Low pressure and volume.
Standard pressure from a garden hose is 40-80psi max and this is 320psi max, why would a garden hose be better?
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I got one. I figure even if washer isn't very good, the battery and charger I'd worth close to the cost. I received an additional 10% from worx
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This washer is only useful if you have no açcess to a garden hose. Low pressure and volume.
How can you even use the washer if you don't have access to a garden hose??
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Worx brand batteries suck. I bought a hedge trimmer last year, used once. This year it wouldn't charge any more.
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Anyone have any experience with this? Looks good for cleaning the grill and the car?
I use mine often as I live in an area with heavy foot traffic and no garage. I used to fill a 5 gallon bucket and use the longer hose but it didn't work that well so I went back to using the other adapter with 2 liter bottles. Works well but probably about the same power as a garden hose with the right attachment. Really annoying to refill a couple 2 liter bottles and better if you have 5+ filled during the car wash.

I mainly use mine so I don't need to risk having someone trip over the garden hose and sue me.
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Can anyone recommend similar product for gardening? It will use mainly pump and spray the water from the big water tank
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