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Home Depot.com has Ryobi 1600-PSI Electric Pressure Washer (RY141600) on sale for $79. Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks USMCR

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I have been waiting for Sun Joe SPX3000/SPX3001 pressure washer on sale. I missed the last deal from Groupon. Oh well, this Ryobi 1600 PSI pressure washer should be strong enough for me for home use.

http://m.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-Ry.../205566079

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-...NT&cj=true
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I have this exact model, except I bought it as a refurb from CPO on ebay for $60 on an old slickdeal.

It is perfect for washing cars. I don't use a foam cannon - just a 5 gallon bucket and wash brush. Nice to be able to wash out floor mats. I did slice my thumb with the spray when trying to hold a floor mat with one hand and wash the backside...

Worked really well at cleaning the moss off my concrete steps, and washing up all the plastic kids playhouse/slide, patio set, bird baths, rubbermaid storage chest, garbage cans... you will find all sorts of things to wash when you have a pressure washer!

It is powerful enough to clean my driveway; however something with a higher GPM would be way more ideal.

The hose is annoying and has a memory to curl, but I guess for the price... not a deal breaker. Motor is kind of a screamer - a little whiny, but again - it's not a professional belt drive model either.

Overall handy to have around the house.
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I don't think this would strip the paint off unless you were very close and your paint was ready to come off anyway. I have used the power nozzle on mine to get some spilled paint off the driveway but I have to intentionally get close and leave it there for a while.

It worked really good removing a bunch of mildew from my deck and it cleaned the concrete in front of my house pretty good. The concrete would have been faster with a more powerful sprayer but the results were acceptable.
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Did you see a flyer with that price?
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It's a spring Black Friday item from their ad.
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I also waited too long and missed out on the amazon/jet deal.

However, if you're still set on the Sun Joe, I was able to grab a new damaged box one for around $95 shipped on ebay. You'd have to deal with the bidding process, but a small price to pay for the overall savings.

Edit: the seller I used was "taddwholesale."
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5% on Discover starting on Fools Day. Might want to wait till then?
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I have been waiting for Sun Joe SPX3000/SPX3001 pressure washer on sale. I missed the last deal from Groupon. Oh well, this Ryobi 1600 PSI pressure washer should be strong enough for me for home use.

http://m.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-Ry.../205566079
I've never used a pressure washer before. If I have a front porch with brick flooring, would this be good to use once a year or so to clean it?

My house exterior is hardy board, would this be good to use to clean once in awhile? Or would it strip the paint off?
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added it to my cart and will check for price drop tomorrow.
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I've never used a pressure washer before. If I have a front porch with brick flooring, would this be good to use once a year or so to clean it?

My house exterior is hardy board, would this be good to use to clean once in awhile? Or would it strip the paint off?

I don't think this would strip the paint off unless you were very close and your paint was ready to come off anyway. I have used the power nozzle on mine to get some spilled paint off the driveway but I have to intentionally get close and leave it there for a while.

It worked really good removing a bunch of mildew from my deck and it cleaned the concrete in front of my house pretty good. The concrete would have been faster with a more powerful sprayer but the results were acceptable.
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I don't think this would strip the paint off unless you were very close and your paint was ready to come off anyway. I have used the power nozzle on mine to get some spilled paint off the driveway but I have to intentionally get close and leave it there for a while.

It worked really good removing a bunch of mildew from my deck and it cleaned the concrete in front of my house pretty good. The concrete would have been faster with a more powerful sprayer but the results were acceptable.
Thanks Damon, appreciate the response.

One more question for you, or anyone else, on my front porch, I have some painted wood beams/railings. They haven't been cleaned for nearly 2 years and are a bit dusty/grimy. Can I use this pressure washer to clean it and not worry about the paint (white) to strip off? The wood beams don't need to be repainted, just a good cleaning/scrubbing to get them a bright white again.

Thanks!
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Thanks Damon, appreciate the response.

One more question for you, or anyone else, on my front porch, I have some painted wood beams/railings. They haven't been cleaned for nearly 2 years and are a bit dusty/grimy. Can I use this pressure washer to clean it and not worry about the paint (white) to strip off? The wood beams don't need to be repainted, just a good cleaning/scrubbing to get them a bright white again.

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Yes as long as the paint is in good shape. If the paint was already peeling then this would probably knock some of it off. This is pretty low pressure/power as pressure washers go, and would be good for lighter duty cleaning, washing cars, etc.
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Yes as long as the paint is in good shape. If the paint was already peeling then this would probably knock some of it off. This is pretty low pressure/power as pressure washers go, and would be good for lighter duty cleaning, washing cars, etc.
Awesome thanks! Yeah the paint appears to be pretty good still, no cracking/chipping anywhere I can tell.

I'll probably get this and maybe test a small part of the wood railings to see how it treats it.
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Awesome thanks! Yeah the paint appears to be pretty good still, no cracking/chipping anywhere I can tell.

I'll probably get this and maybe test a small part of the wood railings to see how it treats it.
My guess is you'd probably have to use the most powerful nozzle and get it really close to have a chance of a problem.
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