My main uses are for cleaning concrete, the driveway and the house.
Here are the 3 choices that I've narrowed down:
http://www.projetpowerwashers.com/page25.html If i get this one, I
was thinking of getting the $140 option kit.
The 2nd choice is http://www.projetpowerwashers.com/page10.html
The last choice is http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/...tegoryId!0212
Is having a commercial Honda engine (GX) important or is a regular
honda motor (GC) good enough?
My ideal machine would have a Honda GX commercial motor and a cat pump
but thats just too much money.
Out of those 3 choices which one do you guys recommend?
All information helpful.
When I needed to clean my deck, I bought an electric power washer from
Home Depot. After washing for 4 hours, I only finished a small portion
of the deck and the washer died. I returned it and rented a fairly big
power washer. That didn't work that much better than the electric
washer (hard to believe, but true) and I went back and rented the
biggest pressure washer they had. That worked out quite nicely and I
was able to clean the deck but now I had to be careful since it was
possible to remove the softer wood fibers.
I decided to buy the biggest power washer at Home Depot ($999). For me,
that was a huge amount of money but I use it all the time for a wide
variety of projects. I've used it to clean ugly concrete sidewalks,
green/black mold covered wood, decks and my car. It does an incredibly
good job cleaning the car and, no, it does not remove the paint or cause
any damage to the car.
If you buy a small power washer, you'll find that you will not use it as
much because it takes so much longer to complete projects.
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