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Greenworks 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Cold Water Electric Pressure Washer EXPIRED

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Is this a good purchase for a new homeowner? Stone patio needs a good cleaning and likely some siding too.
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I just cancelled the Sun Joe and ordered this one. It's comparable to the Ryobi but with more standard equipment and Obsessed Garage like it more than the Ryobi.
why did you cancel. just curious if i should as well?!
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With only 1800psi it should be good for washing cars
If it is true 1800PSI it should be enough to clean the patio, concrete...

My Karcher 1700 have done these job nicely.
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why did you cancel. just curious if i should as well?!
I watched the review by Garage Obsessed and this Greenworks is actually better. It's similar to the Ryobi 1600 PSI model and is less prone to leaking. It also is more powerful than the Sun Joe.
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I have a garage floor that is in desperate need of TLC and some patio pavers that had a grease spill...would this be strong enough for those sort of applications? I also need to wash my siding, but it's a 2 story house and I imagine the hose may be a bit short for that. Most of my neighbors seem to pay for a service to get the green off the house.
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If it is true 1800PSI it should be enough to clean the patio, concrete...

My Karcher 1700 have done these job nicely.
IMO 1800 psi doesn't clean driveways that well unless you get really close up with the hose. That being said you have to have the setting on the narrow end so cleaning a driveway can also take a lot of time.
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Is this a good purchase for a new homeowner? Stone patio needs a good cleaning and likely some siding too.
I have this one and I have the Gas powered Husqvarna that Costco is carrying. I use the gas one for bigger jobs but this one is great for washing off the deck, railing, lawn furniture, etc. I like the foam canon attachment as well. This is the price I paid for it last time it was on sale and I'm happy with the purchase.
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I watched the review by Garage Obsessed and this Greenworks is actually better. It's similar to the Ryobi 1600 PSI model and is less prone to leaking. It also is more powerful than the Sun Joe.
thanks. did the same
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I watched the review by Garage Obsessed and this Greenworks is actually better. It's similar to the Ryobi 1600 PSI model and is less prone to leaking. It also is more powerful than the Sun Joe.
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why did you cancel. just curious if i should as well?!
Isn't that a different unit on the garage obsessed spreadsheet? That is the GPW1800 or this: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Greenwor...1000818624
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thanks. did the same
Good call. Unfortunately I already ordered a separate foam cannon for the Sun Joe that I could not cancel. The greenworks already includes one.
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Isn't that a different unit on the garage obsessed spreadsheet? That is the GPW1800 or this: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Greenwor...1000818624
In Garage Obsessed's The Pressure Washing Project, Ep 4 Greenworks Product Line Part 1 at around the 20:17 time mark, he tests the 1700psi model of the Greenworks and compares it to the Ryobi 1600. He basically breaks down that it's the same unit with slightly better build quality and more standardized parts. Both pressure washers are more powerful than the Sun Joe SPX3500 that he also tests.
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Does anyone know what the rated PSI is of this unit? I'm familiar with how Sun Joe market their pressure washers and it is my understanding that all electric washers have a "max" and a "rated" PSI. Look's like 1800 PSI is the max per the manual but can't figure out what the rated is.

Also, can you purchase more pressure nozzles for this?
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any good review for this specific model? didn't see one on obsessed garage

Also does anyone know if the included foam cannon has the nozzle orifice interchangeable to the popular 1.1mm?
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Is this be good to use to wash asphalt driveways to prep for resurfacing?
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Lowe's has some pretty good deals. Paid $206 (after military discount and $150+$30 gc promo) for a 3100 PSI Westinghouse pressure washer now $71 (after military discount) for this Greenworks pressure washer. Hopefully it's a great starter to electric pressure washers. I've been using gas this entire time.
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