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Sun Joe SPX6000C-XR Cordless Pressure Washer w/ 5.0 Ah 40-Volt Battery $89.10 + Free Shipping

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snowjoe via eBay [ebay.com] has Sun Joe SPX6000C-XR Cordless Pressure Washer w/ 5.0 Ah 40-Volt Battery for $99. Use POWERTEN for extra 10% off; discount is reflected in checkout. Total $89.10. Shipping is free.
  • Features:
    • Top-loading 5.3 Gallon detachable bucket
    • Can be connected for continuous use with a garden hose
    • 40-Volt/600-Watt motor light duty cleaning power - tasks around house, cleaning cabin, boat, RV
    • 4 Quick-Connect spray tips (0, 15, 25, 40) and soap spray attachment tackle light, medium and heavy-duty cleaning tasks
  • Includes:
    • 34 in. extension wand, 20 ft. high pressure hose, garden hose adapter and needle clean out tool
eBay Seller Info:
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Seems like a good deal, going for $155 on Amazon. Though the reviews are less than stellar.
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You're not going to get much foam out of .79gpm if you plan on using this on the car.

And 1000psi will barely blast off bird shit.
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You're not going to get much foam out of .79gpm if you plan on using this on the car.

And 1000psi will barely blast off bird shit.
What's wrong with using your good old hands and a rag? EEK!
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What's wrong with using your good old hands and a rag? EEK!
Scratchy scratch. Rather than letting the soap soak in to loosen up dirt, it's faster to just blast the debris off the car, foam it up, and go over it with whatever washing medium you wanna use.

I figure if I save 10-15min each time I wash the car, it's worth the $150-200 investment for a good electric washer. But that's only if you can deploy it quickly. If you're spending 20 min attaching then rolling up hoses, it defeats the purpose 😂
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Scratchy scratch. Rather than letting the soap soak in to loosen up dirt, it's faster to just blast the debris off the car, foam it up, and go over it with whatever washing medium you wanna use.

I figure if I save 10-15min each time I wash the car, it's worth the $150-200 investment for a good electric washer. But that's only if you can deploy it quickly. If you're spending 20 min attaching then rolling up hoses, it defeats the purpose 😂
That's 20 minutes well spent though. At least your hands wont' get wet. EEK!
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