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I don't have this exact model but I bought another brand's version of this head for my pressure washer a couple of years back and it's amazing. I can't imagine pressuring washing my deck or driveway without it, literally saves hours by cutting a surface job's time down by 75%.
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I bought the same for same price. Used 2-3 times after purchasing and it was worked very well. If you want to clean the concrete or backyard i recommend this one.
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I don't have this exact model but I bought another brand's version of this head for my pressure washer a couple of years back and it's amazing. I can't imagine pressuring washing my deck or driveway without it, literally saves hours by cutting a surface job's time down by 75%.
I have a Simpson but yeah it does an incredible job. It's a MASSIVE time saver like you said but they also leave much more even results so you dont get lines where it hit harder than other areas. I haven't uses one with wood but I have with concrete.. I can diffidently say it pays to have a 3200 PSI pressure washer.

Noobs to Pressure Washing:
  • Pre-Treat concrete with concrete cleaning solution made for pressure washers (check Home Depot). Dont let dry, re-soak with same solution.. 20 min seems to be the sweet spot for me. I live in Florida so lots of badness gets on the concrete but pre-treating it + these surface cleaners = winning
  • Invest in 3200 PSI, it's really worth it. You can get your chimney pretty high up, clean your sidewalks and driveways with a professional finish all while saving a lot of money and keeping your neigbhors happy
  • Honda engine FTW. Simpson makes the best combo at Home Depot. Their design is also WAY better than most brands which puts the actual pump kit at the very bottom so if it hits against something - YIKES! That's the most sensitive+expensive part.. the engine can take a beating, that cannot. This one sets ALL of it clear away from the ground which is excellent. It also puts the hose attachments on the opposite side of the carburetor (the one thing that'll burn your hose in seconds)
  • Do yourself a big favor and buy a rotating pressure washer nozzle. It's designed to keep streaks from occurring and they do an amazing job at it. I bought a cheap one from amazon, cost about $17 and hasn't failed me yet. I did a huge board-on-board fence with it.. took two days, zero issues and wow what a difference it made on a really old fence
  • Buy an O-Ring kit from Harbor Freight. They are bound to fail in your wand (you never want to drop your wand, always place it down gently or put it in a holster on the actual machine). A lot of people just buy a new wand.. it likely just needs a 1 cent repair job
  • When you want to squirt your significant other with the 0 degree nozzle - DONT! It's like how they have warnings for chasing people with a nail gun.. yeah, it might cause serious injury, who knew!
Suggestion: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Simps.../203177499

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Great price but check your washer PSI for compatibility.
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It shows OOS. I own the Karcher one and it's also a great surface cleaner. How I did it without one of these is beyond me. Speeds up the whole cleaning process and less backaches.
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It shows OOS. I own the Karcher one and it's also a great surface cleaner. How I did it without one of these is beyond me. Speeds up the whole cleaning process and less backaches.
I was able to find two in my store. However it did say limited.
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This is my daddy. He uses this all the time. Thanks daddy fent
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This is my daddy. He uses this all the time. Thanks daddy fent
Love you son.
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Will this work with a sun Joe pressure washer?
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[*]When you want to squirt your significant other with the 0 degree nozzle - DONT! It's like how they have warnings for chasing people with a nail gun.. yeah, it might cause serious injury, who knew![/list]
I sprayed a 15 degree with a 2100 psi unit on my thumb to test when I first got one and it cut through the skin in a split second.
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Don't have this model but have an 11" round one and it's amazing. Wish I would have just spent the extra money for the 15" one. What a time saver. Think I gave $30 or so.
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Does this have a bearing in the spinner arm? The karcher one I got the other day off SD (from amazon) does, and let me tell you- it makes a difference! I have had 5 other ones in 8 years that just had a nylon washer (or some variant) instead of a bearing, and they just do not last. My neighbor has had the karcher one, and it has outlasted all 5 of mine. Just fyi.
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Does this have a bearing in the spinner arm? The karcher one I got the other day off SD (from amazon) does, and let me tell you- it makes a difference! I have had 5 other ones in 8 years that just had a nylon washer (or some variant) instead of a bearing, and they just do not last. My neighbor has had the karcher one, and it has outlasted all 5 of mine. Just fyi.
Link please. Thank you
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Will this work with a sun Joe pressure washer?
It has a standard 1/4 fitting
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