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  • This features a 13-amp motor that generates up to 2,000 PSI/1.6 GPM, and onboard 1 liter foam canon. Includes 34-inch extension wand, 20-foot high pressure hose, 35-foot power cord with GFCI protection, garden hose adapter, needle clean-out tool and 3 Quick Connect nozzles (0º, 15º, and 40º).
  • 27 reviews on Walmart.com give this pressure washer a 4.7 out of 5 star overall rating. -Corwin

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Sun Joe SPX2598-MAX 2000 PSI Electric Pressure Washer with Foam Cannon for $69 + tax

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Couple things to note: The PSI rating is typically peak rating, not sustained. The sustained rating is probably closer to 1600PSI.

For these pressure washers, GPM should be considered equally as important as PSI. You could have a 3000 PSI unit, but if it's only putting out 1.5GPM, you're going to be working on the same spot for quite a while.

I'd almost settle for a lower PSI unit that has a higher GPM if it's only for light duty work like washing a car.
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I have an 1800 psi washer and it's capable of cleaning heavily-stained concrete, but barely. Gas-powered washers 3000+ are far better and more efficient. That being said, with small walkways or front steps/spot cleaning, it will be very useful.

Cars: yes.
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Great price. Been looking for something like this.
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Good for washing cars and cleaning concrete?
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This is their Black Friday deal, thought they weren't gonna start til 9p tomorrow. Thanks for posting!
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Good for washing cars and cleaning concrete?
I have an 1800 psi washer and it's capable of cleaning heavily-stained concrete, but barely. Gas-powered washers 3000+ are far better and more efficient. That being said, with small walkways or front steps/spot cleaning, it will be very useful.

Cars: yes.
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In 4 1. Thanks. 1.6GPM 13-Amp
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Just starting to research these, thanks for slickdeals. =)
this or SPX3000, is it worth extra bucks?
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Didn't realize this was starting already. Had it on my list. Thanks OP.
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In for one.
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Just starting to research these, thanks for slickdeals. =)
this or SPX3000, is it worth extra bucks?
It depends on what your end use will be. The one on deal is best for car, garage and patio cleaning. SPX3000 is obviously higher PSI than this but price is almost double. A
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Thanks Op got one.
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I have an 1800 psi washer and it's capable of cleaning heavily-stained concrete, but barely. Gas-powered washers 3000+ are far better and more efficient. That being said, with small walkways or front steps/spot cleaning, it will be very useful.

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Couple things to note: The PSI rating is typically peak rating, not sustained. The sustained rating is probably closer to 1600PSI.

For these pressure washers, GPM should be considered equally as important as PSI. You could have a 3000 PSI unit, but if it's only putting out 1.5GPM, you're going to be working on the same spot for quite a while.

I'd almost settle for a lower PSI unit that has a higher GPM if it's only for light duty work like washing a car.
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Will this be good for removing stain from deck? (For repainting)
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Can this be used with a bucket of water? I live in a condo and don't have a water faucet on the balcony.
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