Campbell Hausfeld PW1825 1800 PSI Electric Pressure Washer
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- 1800 PSI / 1.5 GPM output
- Instant start/stop feature
- Swivel hose adaptor
- Includes 20-Foot hose with attachments
- Convenient onboard storage
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|Item Dimensions||13 x 11 x 31 in||15.6 x 13.5 x 33.9 in||11.25 x 12.25 x 28.5 in||12 x 14 x 32 in||11.4 x 17.1 x 9.4 in||15 x 34 x 15 in|
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Electric pressure washers are the ideal way to efficiently clean siding, driveways, cars, patio furniture, and lawn equipment with the power of pressurized water jets. 1800 PSI and 1.5 GPM gives this unit the power to spray and scrape away grit and grime with ease. A 120-Volt, 14-Amp universal motor is lightweight and reliable, as well as being quiet, odorless, and having zero emissions. The instant start/stop feature automatically shuts off the pump when the trigger is not engaged, prolonging the life of the pump. A swivel adaptor on the hose fitting allows it to easily connect to your garden hose. When you want to add a bit of detergent for even deeper cleaning, an onboard detergent tank holds one liter of any high pressure water solution. This pressure washer includes a 20-Foot high pressure hose with spray gun, an adjustable fan lance, a turbo lance and a 35-foot GFCI-equipped power cord, all of which can be stored in the convenient on-board storage.
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This one appears to be at least as dependable and should last even longer. I ordered this washer with a brass quick-connect hose coupler which I should have had for the first unit since the standard plastic couplers always leaked badly. With the brass connector there are now zero water leaks for this washer.
I use a pressure washer nearly every weekend to wash my cars. By keeping the cars waxed and spraying them every week they stay clean without needing to use any soap or detergents (which would quickly strip away a wax job).
My only complaint on this washer is the 20 foot hose, which is a bit too short for conveniently reaching from front to back of most cars. My old washer had a longer 25 foot hose which was just barely long enough. I also don't like the stiffness of these hoses and would greatly prefer a more pliable rubber version.
Overall, I feel this pressure washer is at least as dependable as any out there in this price range. Highly recommended.
It arrived quickly and was easy to assemble. I even purchased a male quick disconnect fitting for the hose since that makes it super easy to plug and go. I put on the fitting and used it last night to wash my car and it ran great. Had great power even at the wide fan setting on the nozzle.
Today I woke up early to take advantage of a sunny day and clean off the driveway. After just 15 min of use it lost power and started making a lower pitched sound than previously. When I went over to it to check it out I smelled burning plastic and it was smoking. I am assuming the pump overheated and caused it to catch fire. I immediately unplugged it and hosed it down to keep it from starting a fire.
Looks like I will be waiting for Home Depot to stock up again.
My driveway has been transformed from a dark grungy mess to something that resembles concrete. I followed this up with an application of Thompson's Water Seal--it took 8.5 gallons of the stuff. The only disappointment I have found is the "convenient storage" of the hose and power cord. Neither rolls well, and just hanging from the plastic hook is not secure. Mine looks more like an out of control octopus draped over the pump unit. I plan to get a bungee cord and strap around it or something similar to hold these in place during storage.
Update: 25 May 15
I pulled this out of my shed for spring cleaning. The cords are slightly better behaved so they actually do sort of stay as as they are designed to on this unit. Still not as well as the picture, but not the octopus disaster I originally experienced.