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Sun Joe SPX2597 1900 PSI Electric Pressure Washer w/ Variable Control Lance EXPIRED

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At the time of this posting, Our research indicates that this Sun Joe SPX2597 1900 PSI Electric Pressure Washer w/ Variable Control Lance is $46.56 lower (40.29% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $115.56. -SaltyOne

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Walmart has Sun Joe SPX2597 Electric Pressure Washer w/ Variable Control Lance for $69. This was originally at $149 according to price history.

I recently saw the SPX2598 hit FrontPage, and sell out very quickly. This is only 100 PSI less and is priced at $69. Order while you still can!

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sun-Joe.../730991148 ->Now $69.99
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I have the more powerful model and its decent, its good for washing cars and delicate objects u don't want to obliterate. If you need to wash your driveway or house this is NOT the product for you, opt for gas - this loses power considerably with range and won't be able to wash a tall house wall from ground floor.

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I have the more powerful model and its decent, its good for washing cars and delicate objects u don't want to obliterate. If you need to wash your driveway or house this is NOT the product for you, opt for gas - this loses power considerably with range and won't be able to wash a tall house wall from ground floor.
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I have the more powerful model and its decent, its good for washing cars and delicate objects u don't want to obliterate. If you need to wash your driveway or house this is NOT the product for you, opt for gas - this loses power considerably with range and won't be able to wash a tall house wall from ground floor.
Agree with all this. At $69, definitely a good deal for a "known-brand" 1900 PSI electric. Great for general jobs. I use my 1600 PSI on siding and stuff close-range but at any distance beyond about 15 feet, you have to narrow the stream so much that it's more difficult to control and takes a while to do any sizable area. I've done my walkway but wouldn't dare tackle the driveway without a gas unit.
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I know nothing about these, but I bought previous deal.

K1710 Cube, 1700 PSI 1.2 GPM Electric Pressure Washer
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Karch.../301881834

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I own several pressure washers for many years. I bought this one. Stated PSI is not even close to what it should be. fittings leak since they are a cheap pressure fit version versus what I have used on other pressure washers.

Yes..its cheap. No way worth 144. Better off with a Ryobi.

I do have a gas power washer. if your not careful, the power can rip the flesh off your skin in seconds.....yes...I love it.
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I have the more powerful model and its decent, its good for washing cars and delicate objects u don't want to obliterate. If you need to wash your driveway or house this is NOT the product for you, opt for gas - this loses power considerably with range and won't be able to wash a tall house wall from ground floor.
Agreed.

There are definitely electric ones with higher GPM that can strip siding and clean your driveway, but this isn't one of them.

You might be able to get a little more cleaning power out of them by using a floor cleaner attachment or a more aggressive gun/nozzle, but you'll have to spend 3 or 4 times as much on an electric washer to compete with a gas model.

In previous threads, someone mentioned modifications that could be done to the internals to get higher output, but I haven't been able to find anything online.
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I know nothing about these, but I bought previous deal.

K1710 Cube, 1700 PSI 1.2 GPM Electric Pressure Washer
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Karch.../301881834

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For electric washers, you really want to be looking for high GPM over high PSI (those motors simply can't compress enough to get you a desired PSI).

A high GPM, however, will help you clean your car a lot faster.

If you're looking for something to do auto detailing, shoot closer to 2GPM.
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This on clearance at my local Walmart for just $44 debated it for a few mins and moved on. Might have to go back!
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I've been watching for this deal! Thanks, FolesMVP17!

I know it's not the Cadillac, or even Buick of pressure washers, but my need is relatively light duty, and for under $10 I was able to add the 3-year service warranty. Hopefully that will see us through the hard times.
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Forget the pressure claims. It's a pretty weak washer and barely enough to clean a car and even then, the car is not all that clean after using this washer. I still need to scrub my car with a brush if I really want my car clean. Otherwise, for the low price, I'm pretty satisfied with it.
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Had this and sold it right away. Utterly weak! My hose was just as strong. On top of it leaking and had to get better parts, so it doesn't leak.
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Agree with all this. At $69, definitely a good deal for a "known-brand" 1900 PSI electric. Great for general jobs. I use my 1600 PSI on siding and stuff close-range but at any distance beyond about 15 feet, you have to narrow the stream so much that it's more difficult to control and takes a while to do any sizable area. I've done my walkway but wouldn't dare tackle the driveway without a gas unit.
What would you think of a tall wall but spots of algae rather than the whole wall?
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Forget the pressure claims. It's a pretty weak washer and barely enough to clean a car and even then, the car is not all that clean after using this washer. I still need to scrub my car with a brush if I really want my car clean. Otherwise, for the low price, I'm pretty satisfied with it.
That's kinda why touchless car washes don't really work. I think if you had enough pressure to truly get your car clean with a pressure washer, it would damage the clear coat, strip paint, and/or cause other damage. If you care about your car, of course you'll use a proper sponge/brush and apply the soap with a little elbow grease. This definitely makes the pre-wash and rinse a lot easier, though.
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What would you think of a tall wall but spots of algae rather than the whole wall?
It cleans the mildew off my concrete walkway beautifully (and I have less PSI.) You could concentrate the stream small enough to have enough pressure to hit a tall wall and I'm sure it'd get it clean of algae... but then you'd probably have spots that are clean and the rest of your wall would show dirt. Would be best to wash the entire wall after you get the algae spots... but the amount of pressure would depend on the height you're trying to reach.
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