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Pressure Washers

Pressure Washers

Also known as power washers, pressure washers use pressurized jets of water to loosen and remove dirt, grime, grease, oils, and other substances from large buildings, equipment, vehicles, and outdoor surfaces. They often reduce or eliminate the need for cleaning chemicals and can be used on a range of materials, including brick, concrete, asphalt, wood, glass, and fiberglass. Select a pressure washer based on the desired pressure, power source, and water temperature for your application.

Electric

Plug these electric pressure washers into an outlet or generator for consistent power in long tasks. Electric pressure washers produce less noise and are typically easier to maintain than the gas-powered pressure washers. Since they don't create fumes or require combustible fuels to operate, they are suitable for indoor use.

For Cold Water

Light Duty

Carry Style

Wheeled Cart Style

Heavy Duty

Carry Style

Wheeled Cart Style

Wall Mount Style

For Hot Water

Heavy Duty

Wheeled Cart Style

Gas Powered

Ideal for outdoor applications where you don't have access to an outlet or generator, these gas-powered pressure washers have no cord to limit mobility or get in the way and are a good choice for working in hard-to-reach areas. Gas-powered tools create fumes and should not be used indoors.

For Cold Water

Light Duty with Recoil Starter

Wheeled Cart Style

Medium Duty with Recoil Starter

Wheeled Cart Style

Heavy Duty with Recoil Starter

Wheeled Cart Style

Heavy Duty with Electric Starter

Wheeled Cart Style

For Hot Water

Medium Duty with Recoil Starter

Wheeled Cart Style

Heavy Duty with Recoil Starter

Wheeled Cart Style

Heavy Duty with Electric Starter

Wheeled Cart Style