For the use you describe, electric would be sufficient. It will be
less powerful and a bit slower. I have a gas unit I used in my
business before I retired and it works very well. If I had to replace
it for home use I would get a high end electric unit not another gas
On Monday, May 25, 2015 at 6:41:26 PM UTC-5, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
My CleanForce 1800 electric (about $100) works fine for anything I have nee
ded it for. I've used it to clean siding, entry mats, and a grouted bathroo
m floor. After a couple of uses, the hose burst and, although I had purchas
ed an extended warranty from Home Depot they refused to honor it saying the
hose was not warranted. I contacted the manufacturer and they sent me a wh
ole new unit.
You want to match the pressure to the job. Too much pressure can cause dama
ge to siding, wood decks, etc.
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