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Ryobi 1600-PSI Electric Pressure Washer (Reconditioned)

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Homedepot.com has Ryobi 1600-PSI Electric Pressure Washer (ZRRY141600, Reconditioned) on sale for $69.97. Shipping is free or choose free store pickup where available. Thanks TrojanFan

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HomeDepot.com has a couple of their reconditioned electric pressure washer's back in stock. Be advised, these are used units that required repair, so it can be somewhat hit or miss on the quality of the washer you receive. They both come with a 90-day return policy and 1-year repair warranty (must take it to your local home depot).

These have been popular front-page deals in the past, so perhaps previous buyers can chime in with their experiences with these reconditioned units.

Reconditioned 1600 PSI 1.2-GPM Electric Pressure Washer [homedepot.com] ($69.97 + Free S/H)

Reconditioned 1700 PSI 1.2-GPM Electric Pressure Washer [homedepot.com] ($99.00 + Free S/H)
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I bought one of these late last summer. The one I received was poorly packaged (just a bit of packing paper, and the box looked terrible when delivered). Additionally, I think it was simply a return tossed in a box to sell to someone else as "refurbished". It hadn't been cleaned, or even drained. Thus, some of the attachments had rust on them, and so on.

When I tried to use it, it just didn't deliver. The pressure was simply insufficient for my intended uses: cleaning siding and decks, plus washing cars. I returned mine. I later bought a Sunjoe refurb that has served me very well. Too bad, because the Ryobi is delightfully small.
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I bought one of these late last summer. The one I received was poorly packaged (just a bit of packing paper, and the box looked terrible when delivered). Additionally, I think it was simply a return tossed in a box to sell to someone else as "refurbished". It hadn't been cleaned, or even drained. Thus, some of the attachments had rust on them, and so on.

When I tried to use it, it just didn't deliver. The pressure was simply insufficient for my intended uses: cleaning siding and decks, plus washing cars. I returned mine. I later bought a Sunjoe refurb that has served me very well. Too bad, because the Ryobi is delightfully small.
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As an alternate opinion, love mine. Pressure washed my old fence before restraining it and it was a champ. Albeit, it does not have the pressure as a gas powered but its compact plus light-duty enough to wash the cars without too much fear. Got mine at https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...ashers?p=2 (Btw-shipping ~$11.12)
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Yeah, I think it's pretty hit or miss on the quality of the "reconditioned" unit you receive. I'm taking a chance on it and if I get a dud, I'll just return it within the 90-day window.

I bought the 1600 PSI model, since my uses will be pretty light-duty, and I prefer the smaller size of that model.
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Do you guys think 1600psi is good enough for wash off the moss on the bricks?
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Do you guys think 1600psi is good enough for wash off the moss on the bricks?
I sure hope so. That's the primary reason I bought one too. Everything I've read suggests it should work for this purpose.
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Anyone have experience using one of these surface cleaner attachments?

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../206736241

I'm wondering if they do a better/quicker/easier job of cleaning concrete?
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I was in Home Depot earlier and saw the Ryobi gas trimmer was on sale for $99 (msrp $199). I didn't buy though as I don't have a need for it.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../100661220
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Why not grab this for $75, (lowes coupon) and it is new? https://www.lowes.com/pd/AR-Blue-...er/4439879 [lowes.com]
Not bad at all, although I think the Ryobi is a bit more tried and tested (based on the volume of reviews). Where do you get the Lowes coupons from these days? Lowes Renovo site doesn't appear to offer them anymore.
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Not bad at all, although I think the Ryobi is a bit more tried and tested (based on the volume of reviews). Where do you get the Lowes coupons from these days? Lowes Renovo site doesn't appear to offer them anymore.
there is a thread in the coupons area on SD.

The pressure washer has pretty good reviews on Amazon, https://www.amazon.com/Clean-AR11...ords=AR112
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I borrowed a 1700psi one last summer to power wash my house and it utterly failed to do the job. The pressure was pathetic and I may as well have used the garden hose. Might be good for some things but not worth any amount of money IMO.
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Not bad at all, although I think the Ryobi is a bit more tried and tested (based on the volume of reviews). Where do you get the Lowes coupons from these days? Lowes Renovo site doesn't appear to offer them anymore.
I bought the same or similar model almost two years ago and it works like a champ. probably have used it 100 times for cleaning the deck, boat, and cars and it has never failed me.

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I bought the same or similar model almost two years ago and it works like a champ. probably have used it 100 times for cleaning the deck, boat, and cars and it has never failed me.
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I borrowed a 1700psi one last summer to power wash my house and it utterly failed to do the job. The pressure was pathetic and I may as well have used the garden hose. Might be good for some things but not worth any amount of money IMO.
Yea, I got brick that I want pressure washed. Didn't see the PSI when I clicked on this title, but it seems I need a 2400 PSI one for what I wanna do.

I want my 50 year old house sparkin'
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