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

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Lowe's has Greenworks 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Cold Water Electric Pressure Washer (GPW1804TN) on sale for $79. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks Chewpers
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How does it compare to this Wen 2000 psi washer. This one goes for about $90, is the extra psi worth it? Does anyone own the Wen? Thankss mostly need it for concrete sidewalks and house siding

https://www.lowes.com/pd/WEN-2000...1001227142
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do people wash cars? I just keep it until it's too dirty and then get a new one
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You must get a new car pretty often lol
I pretty much do the same and get a new one every 3 years!
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Does this work well for concrete driveway, wooden deck and siding pressure wash? Or any other model on sale for the above? What other attachments are recommended for
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Good price, better than Sun Joe's. These are similar to Ryobi's.
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Good price, better than Sun Joe's. These are similar to Ryobi's.
Better than the sun Joe posted on FrontPage yesterday? Why's that? Seems the Joe is more powerful.
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Better than the sun Joe posted on FrontPage yesterday? Why's that? Seems the Joe is more powerful.
The psi is relevant to if you actually need it for power washing (and the psi rating from SJ is reached by using a smaller nozzle, not a stronger motor I think). From my personal experience and research, Sun Joe's have fitment issues at times if you need to change out the nozzle/gun. Ryobi is HD exclusive brand and Greenworks is Lowe's exclusive brand. They don't have fitment issues like SJ and have a store to refer to if you run into any issues.
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Yes and no, the more foam the less raw soap you need to use and the longer it can sit there the more grime it can pull but a bigger factor in how clean your car is what type of soap you use, the vast majority use PH neutral soaps for the sake of protecting the wax but since it doesn't pull the wax it never really pulls out the tougher dirt and grime from the car. I've found it's better to use non-neutral soap and just apply meguirs fast finish after every wash, this video is a good summary as to why

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCnMZNq4ot0

just make sure its the purple power VEHICLE AND BOAT wash, not the regular purple power which for some reason is also found in walmart's auto wash isle....
I'd be careful using this soap too often. With a pH of 10, over use will dry out the clear coat. See Brain from Apex Detailing's review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyM2xsXeI2E
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Would this get rid of leaf stains and also Fanta Orange stains on my concrete?
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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 one. It works great. I'd recommend it.
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Would this get rid of leaf stains and also Fanta Orange stains on my concrete?
It should, but there's an attachment with a scrubbier that will.
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Does this work well for concrete driveway, wooden deck and siding pressure wash? Or any other model on sale for the above? What other attachments are recommended for
Yes it does.
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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.
I bought it the last time it was on sale for the same price at Lowes. It works very well, I cleaned the patio pavers, stone retaining wall, siding and brick exterior wall. They all look new now. I used the turbo rotating nozzle because the other nozzle is not powerful enough, it is only good for sweeping the dirt away. For cleaning siding it is only good from about 3-4 feet away so 2nd floor would not work unless using scaffold. Happy with the purchase, waiting a sale on foam cannon to wash and detail the cars.
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Even cheaper than last bidet deal thanks OP
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I purchased a pressure washer to wash my car and returned it. It is wishful thinking that it cleans car nicely but actually not. A small stain can easily be wiped off with a cloth, but with pressure washer it simply would not remove it no matter how hard I try. Now I simply wipe off all stains, apply a layer of car soap and spray off with a regular garden hose. The pressure is more than enough.
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Thank you OP & to other posters for helpful comments.
Purchased one. Reps/TU.
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