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Power Care 18 ft. 3,800-PSI Telescoping Spray Wand for Pressure Washers
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Power Care

18 ft. 3,800-PSI Telescoping Spray Wand for Pressure Washers

$139.00 /each

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Clean raised and hard-to-reach areas with the Power Care 18 ft. 3,800-PSI Telescoping Spray Wand for Pressure Washers. This convenient wand can be used with gas and electric pressure washers and handles pressure up to 3,800-PSI.

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  • Cleaning wand reaches areas up to 18 ft. away
  • Use with gas or electric pressure washers delivering up to 3,800-PSI
  • 3/8 in. inlet size and 1/4 in. outlet size
  • Quick-connect capable for easy attachment
  • Colla-PSIble for convenience
  • 8.25 lbs.

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Connection to: 3100-PSI 2.5-GPM Honda Gas Pressure Washer with Idle Down

I brought a Power Washer: 3100-PSI 2.5-GPM Honda Gas Pressure Washer with Idle Down Looks like this has a screw in hose So will this extension work? " If you have a screw on hose like I do this telescoping extension will do you no good." Is there an adapter?
Asked by: PowerWasher
Weedman is correct...I have a PowerBoss pressure washer, 2200psi, with a screw-on hose. I bought this part, "3/8 in. Female Quick Connect x Male M22 Connector for Pressure Washer", SKU 719973 for about $8. It allows my pressure washer hose to connect to this extension.
Answered by: hawkeye
Date published: 2015-11-06

What about using a tilting nozzle adapter?

I want to power wash my home. I like the reach of the 18ft but want to have tilting nozzle more 90 degree so it doesn't push water up under the siding. Wanted to be sure before making a trip in to get the right items the first time. Thanks!
Asked by: JohnnyMac
The tilting nozzle adaptor is the perfect item to use. I know HD has them but again...keep your balance. It takes a little practice. But you will get results and love them once you get the hang of it.
Answered by: weedman72963
Date published: 2016-03-08

I have a old Ex-Cell has washer 2200 psi Honda motor that runs great. Will wand fit and handle this wand?

Asked by: jim
Thank you, Jim. We would need a model number of your pressure washer before we can determine for sure if this spray wand would work and is compatible or not.
Answered by: Power Care
Date published: 2016-09-28

What is the weight of the wand?

Asked by: Berry
Hi Berry this item will be 8.25 lbs. Hope that helps!
Answered by: Power Care
Date published: 2016-06-25
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18 ft. 3,800-PSI Telescoping Spray Wand for Pressure Washers is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 63.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Convenient & Useful It's a very simple tool that alleviates some very annoying issues. Worth the purchase price.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not buy I'm a 200lb guy in good shape and I had difficulty using this. Additionally the pole attaches to the belt with one rivet. Needles to say it broke within 10 minutes. Using this device saved me no time at all and even when not fully extended it was triple the weight of a lesser extension. I really regret purchasing this product. If you read other reviews you will see the issue with the pole attaching to the belt is common. HD should consider removing this product. Unfortunately I purchased this at the end of last summer and never had the time to use it. Not sure if I can take it back now. If not it's going straight in the garbage.
Date published: 2016-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A True Learning Experience! I got this to do the upper level siding for a two story house. I am 5'7" and needed every inch to reach the bottom of the gutters. Mildew was everywhere on the siding. So it took me at least 30 - 60 minutes to figure out how to control the pole at full power on the 3100psi Dewalt. Being a newbie I struggled thinking I will never be able to control it. I was tossed and jerked around by the force of the water. This is what I learned through trial and error: 1. At full extension you need the belt that comes with the pole. You will also need to purchase a Stainless Spring Link minimum 1/4"x 2-1/2". This link will come in handy once the original belt clip breaks off. 2. Try to fit the belt on your body across your chest, unless you're really tall. For me at waist level was too difficult to control the trigger, plus I could not reach to clean under the gutters. 3. If you are using the pivot nozzle it will be a struggle to keep it pointed in the right direction. Set it pointing the direction away from you. In the right angle position the nozzle will want to gradually turn from its original setting you made. You can either stop the pressure washer and reset the nozzle or you can try to tap it carefully against the wall into the correct position. This will take some time to learn as well. 4. Have your nozzle at a 45 degree angle (if you are using a pivoting nozzle) and 40 degree spray tip, this will help from spraying under the siding boards. Start on low pressure first this will help you control the pole and beating up the side of your house. 5. Have your P.W. settings at low. It may take a few more minutes to clean but it's worth you saving your body strength. Take your time there is no rush. 6. Once you learn how to control the pole at the maximum extension of the pole, you can either increase your power. Let me warn you though, it takes a lot of strength to control the pole at higher pressure levels. After 7 hrs of washing and running back to Home Depot for a Spring Clip (in photo) I finally completing the sides of the 2 story house. That night I was woken up at 2:30 AM to aches and pain all over my upper body. I took two aspirin and went to bed. It was like the worst beating ever! I was completely useless the next day and just recuperating from pressure washing. Hopefully my tips will help you avoid this painful experience. Mind you my normal job is sitting indoors 50-75% of the time behind a computer. Aaron D Houston, TX
Date published: 2016-01-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I gave it the benefit of the doubt I read all the poor reviews, but I considered whether only the dissatisfied people wrote a review. I decided to give it the benefit of the doubt as there was one of these on the shelf in the store and I could just swing by and pick it up. Plus, I know that Home Depot is really good about returning things, so I gave it a shot. Nope. Everybody was right. It's a terrible product. They were all right when they said the belt would fail. It didn't fail completely, but it was starting to rip when we gave up on it. It's heavy and awkward. My husband is a strong guy, very fit, and it was just not usable for any length of time. My solution for next year will be to hire someone. It'll be faster and easier. Personally I enjoy the task of power washing but no good solution for second story of house :(
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for high places, but hang on! This product was priceless for cleaning siding in an area where a ladder was totally impractical and hazardous. Coupled with a 45/90° nozzle adapter, it made short work of cleaning siding that was above the second floor. I highly recommend the nozzle adapter to avoid spraying up underneath siding, shake, etc., as it provides a more perpendicular angle to the wall. As stated above, HANG ON and make certain of your footing! With a 2,800 PSI washer and working at or near fully extended, it's a handful. (I'm 6'2, 225# and it was about all I could control at full extension.) All in all, it's a time and money saver and it collapses down to an easily-stored length.
Date published: 2013-04-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible quality hose - leaks after 2 uses and 1 year Worked great the first time I used it. Put away for the year, then this year the hose has tons of pin-holes as though it dry-rotted from sitting for the year. Customer support won't even sell me another hose, so I bought this $140 tool for 1-time-use :)
Date published: 2016-09-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy this one. With in the first ten minutes of use, the belt clip that attaches to the wand broke. I was able to fix it but it doesn't hold the wait of the wand as good as the original clip did. I have noticed that I am not the only one with that problem. Also trying to keep the nozzle from turning was a pain too. I had to tell a customer that I couldn't wash there pull out awning because of these problems. I will try to take it back and get a different brand of extension wand.
Date published: 2016-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It is a little heavy, but is manageable Yes, this telescoping wand is a little heavy. I knew that when I lifted up the box. However, it is lighter than the more "industrial" one I bought elsewhere which has made the jobs I have to do around my house substantially easier. I am a 53 year old, somewhat overweight and out of shape grandmother and I could handle it. I, too, had to switch arms several times during the course of cleaning the rain gutters, but it sure beats having to purchase and then climb a longer ladder than what we have. Up and down, up and down is a lot harder on this old lady than strong-arming a pressurized pole. This is the one item that has made it possible for me to do all the gutters, instead of having to get someone else to do the ones in the back of my home.
Date published: 2013-07-10
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