Every household should have a pressure washer around, as you’ll never know when you’ll need one for cleaning purposes. Whether you’re planning to use it on your home’s exterior — such as on your deck, garage, or driveway, for example — or you’re just intrigued to own one because you’re a fan of PowerWash Simulatorwe’re here to help you out by gathering some of the best pressure washer deals that you can find online. Feel free to check out these offers, but don’t take too much time because we’re not sure how long they’ll remain available.
- Greenworks 1,500-PSI 1.2-GPM — $88, was $109
- PowRyte 3,800-PSI 2.4-GPM — $120, was $190
- Rock&Rocker 1,750-PSI 2.5-GPM — $121, was $160
- SUGIFT 3,300-PSI 2.0-GPM — $122, was $136
- Karcher K1700 Cube — $130, which is $170
- Hotrod 3,300-PSI, 2.7-GPM — $427, was $569
- How to choose a pressure washer
Greenworks 1,500-PSI 1.2-GPM — $88, was $109
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This electric pressure washer from Greenworks may be small, but it can shoot water at 1,500 pounds per square inch (PSI) at a rate of 1.2 gallons per minute (GPM), which are enough to blast away the dirt and grime that have accumulated on surfaces. It comes with a a 35-foot power cord and a 20-foot high pressure hose so that you can reach more spots without having to always move the electric pressure washer, and there’s also an attachable soap applicator to help you remove tougher stains.
PowRyte 3,800-PSI 2.4-GPM — $120, was $190
The PowRyte is an electric pressure washer with a lot of different options. For starters, it has four nozzles for stained spots, brick and sidewalk, patios, and car and furniture. Plus, there is a “foam cannon” which produces thick “shaving cream” like foam. If you don’t have tap water on hand, it can source water from any container, such as the pool. Remember, it puts out 2.4 gallons per minute, which means you won’t be able to just use a bucket of water, but something like a pool will do if you want to reach places far from your outdoor water tap.
Rock&Rocker 1,750-PSI 2.5-GPM — $121, was $160
The Rock&Rocker electric pressure washer has a decent PSI and some extra features to make it worthy of your garage. Its four attachable nozzles make it suitable for a wide variety of cleaning situations, such as the car, patio, and deck. It features an automatic safety turn off and GFCI electric shock protection. It contains a 26-foot pressure hose that will give you decent distance from your home. When operating, the machine runs at about 87dB, so you should be able to operate it comfortably and, with noise cancelling headphones, you might even be able to even work peacefully.
SUGIFT 3,300-PSI 2.0-GPM — $122, was $136
The SUGIFT brings what a lot of other electric power washers have — four nozzles and a soap “foam” mode — and cranks up the power to 3,300 PSI. It also has a very compact body, convenient handle and cord wrapper, and wheels for easy transport. In many ways, it resembles a vacuum cleaner. If you’re looking for a pressure washer that has all of the necessary gear, great storage so you won’t lose anything, and high top power, then this is the model for you.
Karcher K1700 Cube — $130, which is $170
The Kärcher K1700 Cube is a 1,700-PSI (with 2,125 max PSI) and 1.2-GPM electric power washer with a unique form factor. Its cubic design creates stability in a way that its wheeled counterparts do not. While both have their advantages, those of you wanting a more stable experience for your patio or car might enjoy the Cube. The Kärcher K1700 Cube base has an on/off foot switch and an onboard detergent tank. Carry it easily with you as it only weighs 15.5 pounds.
Hotrod 3,300-PSI, 2.7-GPM — $427, was $569
As a powerful gas-powered pressure washer, the Hotrod uses a Briggs and Stratton engine just like the best lawn mowers. Take it anywhere without worrying about running out of electricity, pulling it over rough ground with its foam-filled heavy duty tires. The Hotrod has four nozzles and a soapy “foam mode” like other pressure washers on this list. Its on board detergent tank holds 2 liters of cleaning liquid.
How to choose a pressure washer
Pressure washers are one and the same as power washers or pressure cleaners and basically fall under two categories. Gas-pressure washers would obviously require fuel to run and normally have a manual pull-start. These are more often than not mobile machines that can take on large tasks like cleaning out your decks, driveway, sidewalk, and even your home’s siding. Then we have electric pressure washers which are commonly used to give furniture, grills, patios, or vehicles their original grandeur. Although electric units are less powerful than gas models, they’re also cheaper, quieter, lighter, and easily sparked to life with a mere flip of a switch.
When it comes to performance, you would want to look into the pressure washer’s PSI (pounds per square inch) and GPM (gallons per minute). It is safe to assume that the higher these ratings are, the better and faster it cleans. Cheap pressure washers can do just as great in spite of their lower rating. The key is to match the PSI and GPM to the project at hand. For instance, light-medium jobs would need 1,300-2,800 PSI at 1.2-1.4 GPM while heavy and extra-heavy-duty cleaning would call for a PSI range of 2,800 and higher at 3-4 GPM. Commercial-grade models which are used for graffiti removal, paint stripping, and washing a two-story home would typically start at 3,100 PSI.
Choosing between a cold or hot water pressure washer would again depend on your application. Cold-water units are ideal for do-it-yourself use since they are more compact, portable, and require less maintenance for breaking down dirt buildup. On the other hand, hot-water pressure washers are perfect for removing grease and oil stains but are generally more expensive and more complex to operate.
In terms of features, it would be convenient if the pressure washer comes with a set of attachments such as interchangeable and rotating nozzles as well as adjustable wands that would serve to boost its versatility. It is also worth considering getting one with an onboard detergent tank so you wouldn’t have to haul around a separate container. And to ensure safe operation, it is important that you understand the instruction manual and to wear something that can protect your ears and eyes.